Cymbae

Os, (from cymba, a boat; so called from its supposed likeness to a skiff). See Scaphoides os. Cymbalaria, (from cymbalum, a cymbal; from the resemblance of its leaves to an ancient cymbal; also called linaria). Ivy-leaved toad flax, or ivy wort. It grows on old walls in Italy and Switzerland; and hath the same virtues as the navel wort. See Androsaces. vol. I.

Cymbalaris Cartilago

See Cartilago. Cricoides.

Cymbiforme

(From cymba, a boat). See Scaphoides.

Cymia

See Carora.

Cyminum

(Arab,Kumin). See Cuminum.

Cymosae

See Cyma.

Cynanche

See Angina.

Cynanchica Medicamenta

Medicines appropriated to the cynanche.

Cynanthemis

(From Cynanthemis 2541 a dog, and a flower; because dogs are said to eat it). Sec Chamaemelum Foetldum.

Cynanthropia

(From Cynanthropia 2543 and a man). A kind of melancholy delirium, in which the persons affected believe they are changed into dogs. Sometimes the term for hydrophobia.

Cynara Scolymus

See Cinara.

Cynchnis

(Greek.) A small vessel to hold medicines.

Cynicus

(From Cynicus 2545canis). Canine. Certain convulsions are called cynic spasms. See Sardonicus risus.

Cyniphes

(From the Hebrew word cnis). Flies or gnats. Van Helmont.

Cynnia

See Carora.

Cynobotane

(From Cynobotane 2546 a dog, and a herb). See Chamaemelum foetidum.

Cyococtanum

See Aconitum.

Cynocoprus

(From Cynocoprus 2548 a dog, and dung). See Album Graecum.

Cynocrambe

(From Cynocrambe 2550 canis, cabbage; because dogs are said to eat it as a cathartic.) See Mercurialis, Sylvest. and Hippomanes.

Cynocytisis

(From Cynocytisis 2552 canis, and the cytisus; because it cures the distemper of dogs). See Cynosbatos.

Cynodectos

From Cynodectos 2554 a dog, and to bite). Bitten by a mad dog.

Cynodes

(From Cynodes 2556 a dog). Canine.

Cynodesmion

(From Cynodesmion 2557 membrum virile, and ligo). A ligature by which the prepuce is bound upon the glans; or the lower part of the prepuce.

Cynodontes

(From Cynodontes 2559 a dog, and a tooth). See Canini dentes.