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  • diarrhea — (n.) late 14c., from O.Fr. diarrie, from L.L. diarrhoea, from Gk. diarrhoia diarrhea (coined by Hippocrates), lit. a flowing through, from diarrhein to flow through, from dia through (see DIA (Cf. dia )) + rhein to flow (see RHEUM ( …   Etymology dictionary

  • Diarrhea — Di ar*rhe a, Diarrhoea Di ar*rh[oe] a, (d[imac] ar*r[=e] [.a]), n. [L. diarrhoea, Gr. dia rroia, fr. dia rrei^n to flow through; dia + rei^n to flow; akin to E. stream. See {Stream}.] (Med.) A morbidly frequent and profuse discharge of loose or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • diarrhea — [n] loose bowels dysentery, flux, Montezuma’s revenge*, the runs*, the trots*; concept 306 …   New thesaurus

  • diarrhea — [dī΄ə rē′ə] n. [ME diarea < OFr diarrie & LL diarrhoea < Gr diarrhoia < dia , through + rhein, to flow: see STREAM] excessive frequency and looseness of bowel movements: chiefly Brit. sp. diarrhoea diarrheal adj. diarrheic diarrhetic… …   English World dictionary

  • Diarrhea — For other uses, see Diarrhea (disambiguation). Diarrhea An electron micrograph …   Wikipedia

  • diarrhea — diarrheal, diarrheic, diarrhetic /duy euh ret ik/, diarrhoeal, diarrhoeic, diarrhoetic, adj. /duy euh ree euh/, n. Pathol. an intestinal disorder characterized by abnormal frequency and fluidity of fecal evacuations. Also, diarrhoea. [1350 1400;… …   Universalium

  • Diarrhea — A familiar phenomenon with unusually frequent or unusually liquid bowel movements, excessive watery evacuations of fecal material. The opposite of constipation. The word “diarrhea” with its odd spelling is a near steal from the Greek “diarrhoia”… …   Medical dictionary

  • diarrhea — n. 1) to come down with; have diarrhea 2) severe diarrhea 3) an attack of diarrhea …   Combinatory dictionary

  • diarrhea — noun Etymology: Middle English diaria, from Late Latin diarrhoea, from Greek diarrhoia, from diarrhein to flow through, from dia + rhein to flow more at stream Date: 14th century 1. abnormally frequent intestinal evacuations with more or le …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • diarrhea — noun an outbreak of diarrhea in the camp Syn: loose stools; informal the runs, the trots, the squirts, Montezuma s revenge, turista; Medicine dysentery; archaic the flux Ant: constipation …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • diarrhea — noun ˈdaɪˌɔː(ɹ).iː.ə,ˈdaɪ.əˌ(ɹ)iː.ə/ a) A condition in which the sufferer has frequent and watery bowel movements. b) The watery excrement that comes from said bowel movements. Syn: runs, squirts, trots, squits, skitters …   Wiktionary

  • diarrhea — Synonyms and related words: BM, abscess, ague, anemia, ankylosis, anoxia, apnea, asphyxiation, asthma, ataxia, atrophy, backache, bleeding, blennorhea, bloody flux, bowel movement, cachexia, cachexy, cardialgia, catharsis, chill, chills, cholera… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • diarrhea — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. dysentery, Montezuma s revenge, trots (sl.), runs (sl.). See disease, excretion. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. loose stool, *Montezuma s revenge, dysentery, trots, flux, *Aztec two step, runs,… …   English dictionary for students

  • diarrhea — di|ar|rhe|a [ ,daıə riə ] noun uncount an illness in which the solid waste from your body is like a liquid and you have to go to the toilet very often …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • diarrhea — di·ar·rhe·a || ‚daɪə rɪə n. abnormally frequent and fluid bowel movements …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diarrhea n — Journal of daily events …   English expressions


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