Cholera morbus

cholera morbus cholera mor·bus (môr’bəs)
Acute gastroenteritis occurring seasonally and marked by cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting. No longer in scientific use.


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    [kol-er-ik, kuh-ler-ik] /ˈkɒl ər ɪk, kəˈlɛr ɪk/ adjective 1. extremely irritable or easily angered; irascible: a choleric disposition. 2. Obsolete. /ˈkɒlərɪk/ adjective 1. bad-tempered 2. bilious or causing biliousness adj. mid-14c., colrik, “bilious of temperament or complexion,” from Old French colerique, from Late Latin cholericus, from Greek kholerikos (see choler). Meaning “easily angered, hot-tempered” is […]

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