Deuterion

(From the same). See Secundina.

Devalgatus

(From de, and valgus, bow leg ged ). See Blaeesus.

Dexamene

(From Dexamene 2680 to receive). Any receptacle, but particularly the labrum or folium, that is, a deep basin in which bathers might swim. It was also called colymbethra and embasis.

Dextans

(From the same). See Cyathus.

Dia

Dia 2681 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.

Diabacanu

(From Diabacanu 2682 and a principal ingredient in it.) An hepatic remedy mentioned by Trallian.

Diabebos

(From Diabebos 2684 to strengthen). The ankle bones. Hippocrates uses this word. See Astragali's.

Diabesasa

(From Diabesasa 2685 and wild rue).

The name of a preparation, in which rue forms a part.

Diabolus Metallorum

See Stannum. Diaboli Intestina. See Cuscuta. Diabotanum, (from Diabolus Metallorum 2688 and an herb).

The name of a plaster prepared of herbs.

Diabrosis

(From Diabrosis 2690 to eat through). See

Anastomosis, and Anabrosis.

Diacadmias

(From Diacadmias 2691 and cadmia).

The name of a plaster, whose basis is cadmia. Diacalaminthes, (from Diacadmias 2693 and calamint). The name of an antidote whose basis is cala-mint.

Diacarcinon

(From Diacarcinon 2695 and a crab, or cray fish). The name of an antidote prepared of these kinds of fish.

Diacaryon

(From Diacaryon 2697 and a walnut).

See Juglans.

Diacassia

(From Diacassia 2699 and cassia). Sec

Cassia fistularis.

Diacastorium

(From Diacastorium 2701 and castor).

A name of an antidote whose basis is castor.