Pathology. a skin disorder caused by the burrowing of dog or cat hookworm larvae under the dermal tissue and manifested as a progressing red streak.
creeping eruption creep·ing eruption (krē’pĭng)
A skin disorder characterized by itchiness and a progressive netlike tunneling in the skin caused by the burrowing larvae of various parasites, especially a type of hookworm. Also called cutaneous larva migrans.
- Creeping featurism
jargon /kree’ping fee’chr-izm/ (Or “feature creep”) A systematic tendency to load more chrome and features onto systems at the expense of whatever elegance they may have possessed when originally designed. “The main problem with BSD Unix has always been creeping featurism.” More generally, creeping featurism is the tendency for anything to become more complicated because […]
- Creeping featuritis
jargon /kree’ping fee’-chr-i:`t*s/ A variant of creeping featurism, with its own spoonerism: “feeping creaturitis”. Some people like to reserve this form for the disease as it actually manifests in software or hardware, as opposed to the lurking general tendency in designers’ minds. -ism means “condition” or “pursuit of”, whereas -itis usually means “inflammation of”. [Jargon […]
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noun 1. . /ˈdʒɛnɪ/ noun 1. other names for moneywort