from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In pathology, a white opacity of the cornea of the eye, the result of inflammation. Also called
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- noun (Med.) A white opacity in the cornea of the eye; -- called also
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- noun pathology An
opaquearea or scar on the corneaof an eye.
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- noun eye disease consisting of an opaque white spot on the cornea
Sorry, no etymologies found.
- Medicine, white spot on cornea of eye; leucoma; Botany, white rust.
Many of the alb-words are of course quite rare, or only in specialized* use, in English: albata ["white metal, German silver", SOED]; albugo ["=leucoma"; note Greek leukos, white]; albaspine ["whitethorn, hawthorn"]; and albite ["Min.
The next day he gave the following testimony: "I the undersigned, can certify on oath, that five years ago, I examined Mary Côté's eyes, and found that the small-pox had produced opacity of the cornea of both, or the disease called _leucoma_.
The next day he gave the following testimony: “I the undersigned, can certify on oath, that five years ago, I examined Mary Cote's eyes, and found that the small-pox had produced opacity of the cornea of both, or the disease called leucoma.
"Paul was smaller than children of his age; on his right eye he had from his youth a large leucoma; the eyelids had generally a catarrhal affection, and were in a state of suppuration.