Gleet



[gleet] /glit/

noun
1.
Pathology.

2.
Also called nasal gleet. Veterinary Pathology. an inflammation of the nasal passages of a horse, producing a thick discharge.
/ɡliːt/
noun
1.
inflammation of the urethra with a slight discharge of thin pus and mucus: a stage of chronic gonorrhoea
2.
the pus and mucus discharged
n.

mid-14c., from Old French glete “clay, loam; slime, mud; filth” (12c., Modern French glette), from Latin glitem (nominative glis) “sticky, glutinous ground,” back-formation from glittus “sticky.”

gleet (glēt)
n.

gleet’y adj.

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