furunculus fu·run·cu·lus (fyu-rŭng’kyə-ləs)
n. pl. fu·run·cu·li (-lī’)
[fyoo-zeyn, fyoo-zeyn; French fy-zan] /fyuˈzeɪn, ˈfyu zeɪn; French füˈzɛ̃/ noun, plural fusains [fyoo-zeynz, fyoo-zeynz; French fy-zan] /fyuˈzeɪnz, ˈfyu zeɪnz; French füˈzɛ̃/ (Show IPA), for 2. 1. a fine charcoal used in drawing, made from the wood of the spindle tree. 2. a drawing made with this charcoal. 3. a blackish-gray, friable component of coal with […]
[foo-sahn] /ˈfuˈsɑn/ noun 1. .
[fyoo-zair-ee-uh m] /fyuˈzɛər i əm/ noun, plural fusaria [fyoo-zair-ee-uh] /fyuˈzɛər i ə/ (Show IPA) 1. any fungus of the genus Fusarium, occurring primarily in temperate regions and causing a variety of diseases in plants and animals, producing in humans a loss of fingernails and sometimes blindness.
noun 1. a disease of plants, characterized by damping-off, wilting, and a brown dry rot, caused by fungi of the genus Fusarium.