(From and to nod or incline,) an epithet of a pulse which beats unequally in different parts of the artery; also called perineneucos. Galen thinks it common in hectics.
(From and a cloud).
Cloudy. An epithet applied to the enaeorema in the urine, which appears like a cloud.
(From and the back). The
Mild, gentle. An epithet which Hippocrates bestows on mild epidemic fevers.
(From to coagulate; because it coagulates milk). Dioscorides mentions this plant, and Boerhaave thinks it the helleborine latifolia mon-tana of C. Bauhina. Serapias helleborine Lin. Sp. Pi. 1344.
Paroxysm,) when the patient suffers more exacerbations than usual in a fever.
(From and to sprinkle).
(From and the cubit,) the part of the arm above the cubit.
(From and to grow). See
(From and a phenomenon or symptom,) adventitious symptoms which do not appear till the disease is formed: the same probably as epiginomena.
(From and a vein). One whose veins are prominent.
(From and to inflame). A violent inflammation, attended with pain, tumour, and redness; or internally a burning heat. The shingles of Hippocrates. See Erysipelas
(From upon, a leaf, and seed). Plants whose seeds grow on the back of their leaves.