[pee-ter pawl;; Flemish pey-tuh r poul] /ˈpi tər pɔl;; Flemish ˈpeɪ tər paʊl/ (Show IPA), 1577–1640, Flemish painter.
Sir Peter Paul. 1577–1640, Flemish painter, regarded as the greatest exponent of the Baroque: appointed (1609) painter to Archduke Albert of Austria, who gave him many commissions, artistic and diplomatic. He was knighted by Charles I of England in 1629. His prolific output includes the triptych in Antwerp Cathedral, Descent from the Cross (1611–14), The Rape of the Sabines (1635), and his Self-Portrait (?1639)
noun, Pathology. 1. measles. noun 1. technical name for measles Compare rubella rubeola ru·be·o·la (rōō-bē’ə-lə, rōō’bē-ō’lə) n. See measles. ru·be’o·lar adj. rubeola (r-bē’ə-lə, r’bē-ō’lə) See measles. rubeola [(rooh-bee-uh-luh, rooh-bee-oh-luh)] See measles.
- Rubeola virus
rubeola virus n. See measles virus.
rubeosis ru·be·o·sis (rōō’bē-ō’sĭs) n. A condition characterized by reddish discoloration, as of the skin.
- Rubeosis iridis diabetica
rubeosis iridis diabetica rubeosis i·ri·dis di·a·bet·i·ca (ī’rĭ-dĭs dī’ə-bět’ĭ-kə) n. Neovascularization of the anterior surface of the iris of the eye, seen in chronic severe diabetes.