Ltica, (from Hidrocr 4187 sweat, and to judge). Signs taken from sweat.


Or Hidropyretos, (from Hidronosos 4189 sweat, and morbus, or fever). See

Sudor Anglicus.

Hidrotes Cenchroides

See Cenchros. Hidrotica, and Hidrotopsea,(from Hidrotes Cenchroides 4192 sweat). See Sudorifica. Hidrus. See AEris flos.

Hiera Diacolocynthidos

An electuary formerly prepared under this name, which hath long been neglected.


(From Hieranosos 4193 holy, and a disease,) supposed to be the disorder which our Saviour cured in those who were said to be possessed of devils. (See Convulsio.) A continued kind of convulsion, without pain or loss of sensibility.

Hiera Picra

Hiera Picra 4195 Holy bitter; now called pulvis aloeticus; formerly hiera logadii, and made in the form of an electuary, with honey: the species are now kept in dry powder, prepared by mixing socotorine aloes, one pound, with three ounces of white canella.


(From Hierabotane 4196 holy, and an herb). Holy herb. A species of verbena. Dios-corides. See Verbena.


See Hieracium.


(From Hieraticum 4198 sacer). The name of a malagma, formerly appropriated to disorders of the abdominal viscera; named from its divine virtues.


(From Hieropyr 4199 sacer, and fire). An erythematous inflammation.

Highmorianum Antrum

See Antrum Genae.


(From Himantosis 4201 a thong of leather). Relaxation, or lengthening, and smallness of the uvula, when it hangs down like a thong.


Properly a leather thong, or strap; but in medicine it is a laxness of the uvula, when it becomes long and slender, called also cion. It differs from the clonis, which is a thickened uvula.

Hin Hindisch And Hing

Indian and Persian names of Asafoetida, q. v.

Hin Awa

Ru. See lndicum.


See Caryophillus aromaticus.


(From Hippace 4202 equus, a horse or mare).

The rennet of a colt; and cheese made of mares' milk.


(From Hippolithus 4211 a horse, and a stone). A calculus found in the stomach or intestines of a horse. See Calculus.