a physician specializing in the treatment of ear diseases; otologist.
He was distinguished, also, as an oculist and aurist, and removed a particle of iron from the cornea by means of a magnet.
An Epitome of the History of Medicine Roswell Park
I want an aurist who knows all about the ear and what can be done for its disorders.
Over the Teacups Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Neil Jamieson Hepburn, born in Orkney in 1846, oculist and aurist, held many positions of responsibility.
Scotland’s Mark on America George Fraser Black
At parting he asked me to go with him next day to his physician, Dr. Smetana, who had gained some repute as an aurist.
The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3) Alexander Wheelock Thayer
The thing Miriam dreaded most acutely was a visit with Minna to her aurist.
Pointed Roofs Dorothy Richardson
Has nothing been heard from that aurist papa wrote to a month ago!
None so Deaf as Those Who Won’t Hear Herbert Pelham Curtis
Mr. Dalby, the aurist, to whom I gave one of these instruments, tells me he uses it for diagnoses.
Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development Francis Galton
He should consult a dentist, an oculist, an aurist, or other specialist according to his particular need.
How to Eat Thomas Clark Hinkle
The aurist said it would be his ruin when it became known that he had been the cause of so much suffering and danger to his Grace.
Character Samuel Smiles
And an aurist wastes time, and most likely blunders, when he applies himself to treat eye-diseases.
Feminism and Sex-Extinction Arabella Kenealy
a former name for audiologist See audiologist
Sri (Sri Aurobindo Ghose) 1872–1950, Indian scholar and spiritual leader.
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noun a fear of gold Word Origin Latin aurum ‘gold’
the ancient Roman goddess of the dawn. Compare . (lowercase) . (lowercase) Meteorology. a radiant emission from the upper atmosphere that occurs sporadically over the middle and high latitudes of both hemispheres in the form of luminous bands, streamers, or the like, caused by the bombardment of the atmosphere with charged solar particles that are […]