(From and to surround).
A name of the twelfth vertebra of the back; called from the belt, which rests on it.
A weight equal to one third of an obolus.
(From to divide). See Incisores.
(From double, and nascor). It is a distemper of the hairs, when they split at the points.
(From double, and seco). In botany it means forked.
(From double, and a leaf). See Ceratophyllum.
(From twice, and cotyledon). See Cotyledon-.
(From twice, and to distinguish). See Bifidus.
Or Bis-feriens, (from twice, and to strike). A pulsation of an artery which strikes the finger a second time before the usual interval, similar to what appears from a hammer striking the anvil, and afterwards rebounding. Solano first observed it, and supposed it a certain sign of an approaching critical haemorrhage from the nose. It is also called a re-bounding pulse.
(From dittany). A wine medicated with dittany.
(From a net, and form).
Net like. See Rete mirabile. Didyme, (from double). See Bifolium.
(From the same). The name of a cataplasm mentioned by Galen, named from the double use to which he applied it.
(From the same). See Geminus, Testes, and Cerebellum
(From or two). A twin. In botany it means double, or having two of each sort.