(From the same). See Secundina.
(From de, and valgus, bow leg ged ). See Blaeesus.
(From the same). See Cyathus.
The beginning of several terms in medicine: and when the name of any thing begins with these three letters, they signify composition, and the word with which they are compounded is the chief ingredient in the composition. A variety of instances may be seen in the succeeding articles.
(From and a principal ingredient in it.) An hepatic remedy mentioned by Trallian.
(From to strengthen). The ankle bones. Hippocrates uses this word. See Astragali's.
(From and wild rue).
The name of a preparation, in which rue forms a part.
See Stannum. Diaboli Intestina. See Cuscuta. Diabotanum, (from and an herb).
The name of a plaster prepared of herbs.
(From to eat through). See
(From and cadmia).
The name of a plaster, whose basis is cadmia. Diacalaminthes, (from and calamint). The name of an antidote whose basis is cala-mint.
(From and a crab, or cray fish). The name of an antidote prepared of these kinds of fish.
(From and a walnut).
(From and cassia). Sec
(From and castor).