Legionella micdadei Legionella mic·da·de·i (mĭk-dā’dē-ī’)
A gram-negative bacillus of the genus Legionella that causes Pittsburgh pneumonia.
[lee-juh-nair] /ˌli dʒəˈnɛər/ noun 1. (often initial capital letter) a member of the American Legion. 2. a member of any legion; . /ˌliːdʒəˈnɛə/ noun 1. (often capital) a member of certain military forces or associations, such as the French Foreign Legion or the British Legion n. 1818, from French légionnaire, from légion (see legion). Legionnaires’ […]
- Legionella pneumophilia
Legionella pneumophilia Legionella pneu·mo·phil·i·a (nōō’mə-fĭl’ē-ə, nyōō’-) n. A bacillus of the genus Legionella and the causative agent of Legionnaires’ disease.
noun 1. a French order of distinction instituted in 1802 by Napoleon with membership being granted for meritorious civil or military services.
- Legion of honour
noun 1. an order for civil or military merit instituted by Napoleon in France in 1802 French name Légion d’honneur (leʒjɔ̃ dɔnœr)