[kok-sak-ee-vahy-ruh s, koo k-sah-kee-] /kɒkˈsæk iˌvaɪ rəs, kʊkˈsɑ ki-/
noun, plural coxsackieviruses.
any of a group of viruses closely related to the virus of poliomyelitis, causing certain diseases of humans, as herpangia and epidemic pleurodynia.
coxsackievirus or Coxsackie virus
Any of various Enteroviruses that are associated with a variety of illnesses including herpangina, epidemic pleurodynia, and a disease resembling poliomyelitis but without paralysis.
coxsackievirus also Coxsackie virus
Any of several species of enteroviruses that are associated with a variety of acute infections primarily affecting infants and young children, including meningitis, infections of the heart muscle and pericardium, and pleurisy.
[kok-suh n, -sweyn] /ˈkɒk sən, -ˌsweɪn/ noun 1. the steersman of a racing shell. 2. a person who is in charge of a ship’s boat and its crew, under an officer, and who steers it. /ˈkɒksən; -ˌsweɪn/ noun 1. the helmsman of a lifeboat, racing shell, etc Also called cockswain n. early 14c., “officer in […]
[kok-swuh l, -swel] /ˈkɒk swəl, -swɛl/ noun 1. .
[koi] /kɔɪ/ adjective, coyer, coyest. 1. artfully or affectedly shy or reserved; slyly hesitant; coquettish. 2. shy; modest. 3. showing reluctance, especially when insincere or affected, to reveal one’s plans or opinions, make a commitment, or take a stand: The mayor was coy about his future political aspirations. 4. Archaic. disdainful; aloof. 5. Obsolete. quiet; […]
[kahy-dawg, -dog] /ˈkaɪˌdɔg, -ˌdɒg/ noun 1. the offspring of a and a .