[er-uh-thee-muh] /ˌɛr əˈθi mə/
abnormal redness of the skin due to local congestion, as in inflammation.
(pathol) redness of the skin, usually occurring in patches, caused by irritation or injury to the tissue
medical Latin, from Greek erithema, from erythainein “to become red,” from erythros “red” (see red (1)). Related: Erythematous.
erythema er·y·the·ma (ěr’ə-thē’mə)
Redness of the skin caused by dilatation and congestion of the capillaries, often a sign of inflammation or infection.
er’y·them’a·tous (-thěm’ə-təs, -thē’mə-) adj.
[er-uh n-see, ur-] /ˈɛr ən si, ˈɜr-/ noun, plural errancies. 1. the state or an instance of . 2. tendency to . /ˈɛrənsɪ/ noun (pl) -cies 1. the state or an instance of erring or a tendency to err 2. (Christianity) the holding of views at variance with accepted doctrine
[er-uh nd] /ˈɛr ənd/ noun 1. a short and quick trip to accomplish a specific purpose, as to buy something, deliver a package, or convey a message, often for someone else. 2. the purpose of such a trip: He finished his errands. 3. a special mission or function entrusted to a messenger; commission. /ˈɛrənd/ noun […]
[ur, er] /ɜr, ɛr/ verb (used without object) 1. to go astray in thought or belief; be mistaken; be incorrect. 2. to go astray morally; sin: To err is human. 3. Archaic. to deviate from the true course, aim, or purpose. /ɜː/ verb (intransitive) 1. to make a mistake; be incorrect 2. to stray from […]
[er-uh-thawr-beyt] /ˌɛr əˈθɔr beɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a salt of erythorbic acid.