Also called altitude sickness. nausea, headache, and shortness of breath caused by climbing to high altitudes (usually above 12 000 ft)
(vet science) a disease of cattle kept at high altitude in S and N America, characterized by congestive heart failure
mountain sickness moun·tain sickness (moun’tən)
Altitude sickness brought on by the diminished oxygen pressure at mountain elevations.
noun 1. the bighorn. 2. any of various wild sheep inhabiting mountains. noun 1. another name for bighorn 2. any wild sheep inhabiting mountainous regions
[moun-tn-sahyd] /ˈmaʊn tnˌsaɪd/ noun 1. the side or slope of a mountain.
noun 1. Montana (used as a nickname).
noun 1. a series of interconnected or geologically related mountain ranges.