Collum



collum col·lum (kŏl’əm)
n. pl. col·la (kŏl’ə)

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  • Collunarium

    [kol-yuh-nair-ee-uh m] /ˌkɒl yəˈnɛər i əm/ noun, plural collunaria [kol-yuh-nair-ee-uh] /ˌkɒl yəˈnɛər i ə/ (Show IPA). Medicine/Medical. 1. a solution for application in the nose; nose drops.

  • Collusion

    [kuh-loo-zhuh n] /kəˈlu ʒən/ noun 1. a secret agreement, especially for fraudulent or treacherous purposes; conspiracy: Some of his employees were acting in collusion to rob him. 2. Law. a secret understanding between two or more persons to gain something illegally, to defraud another of his or her rights, or to appear as adversaries though […]



  • Collusive

    [kuh-loo-siv] /kəˈlu sɪv/ adjective 1. involving ; fraudulently contrived by agreement: a collusive agreement to increase prices. adj. 1670s, from Latin collus-, past participle stem of colludere (see collude) + -ive.

  • Collut.

    1. (in prescriptions) collutory. Latin collutorium (mouth wash)



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