Primary Base morb*

Child Elements  

-alg* m itg Constructor for conditions of disease, inflammation or painfulness in an organ or bodily tissue.
arþralg* m itg Arthritis.
fleq* rel m itg Inflammation of bodily tissue.
jestosi* sta m itg Yeast infection.
morb* dis itg Disease, affliction.
plaq* act m itg Plague, epidemic, pandemic, widespread affliction.
skab* m itg Parasitic infestation.
skorb* spec act m itg Scurvy.
stenot* rel m itg Stenosis.


Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date




* Badness Capability of producing evil. Bad qualities.
toks* Bane Cause of damage or ruin.
klew* Cleanness
kawst* Deterioration
morb* Disease
* Expedience Specific subservience.
* Goodness Capability of producing good. Good qualities.
san* Health
* Imperfection Lack of perfection.
* Importance
* Improvement
* Inexpedience Lack of expedience.
saners* Insalubrity Imperfection of health. Presence of disease.
vil* Inutility
* Perfection
remord* Relapse Return of disease.
med* Remedy Removal of disease.
* Restoration
* Salubrity Perfection of health.
* Utility


Disease synonyms

Illness, sickness &c. adj.; ailing &c. v.; morbidity, morbosity [obs.]; infirmity, ailment, indisposition; complaint, disorder, malady, distemperature [archaic]; valetudinarianism; loss of health, delicacy, delicate health, invalidity, invalidism, invalescence [rare]; malnutrition, want of nourishment, cachexia or cachexy; prostration, decline, collapse; decay [See Deterioration].
COLD, cough; rheum; catarrh, hay fever; influenza, grippe or grip; rose cold.
[VARIOUS DISEASES] headache (physical pain) [See Physical Pain]; goiter or goitre, bronchocele, struma, tracheocele; lockjaw, tetanus, trismus; diarrhea or diarrhœa, dysentery, bloody flux, flux, issue, hemorrhage; hemorrhoids, piles; cholera, cholera morbus, Asiatic cholera [colloq., Eng.] cholera infantum, summer complaint; colic; jaundice, icterus; apnœa; asthma; king’s evil, scrofula; rickets, rachitis; appendicitis; gall-stones, biliary calculus, stone; hernia, rupture; varicosis, varicose veins; arteriosclerosis, hardening of the arteries; neuritis; nervous prostration; St. Vitus’s dance, chorea; neurasthenia; sciatica; rheumatism, arthritis, lumbago; dropsy, œdema or edema; elephantiasis; beriberi [both tropical]; locomotor ataxia; paresis, softening of the brain; bubonic plague; black death; leprosy, elephantiasis Græcorum; sleeping sickness.


Dyspepsia, poor digestion, pyrosis, water qualm; cardialgia, heartburn; seasickness, mal de mer [F.]; nausea; giddiness, vertigo; constipation, autointoxication.

Throat Disease

Laryngitis, tonsillitis, quinsy, cynanche; bronchitis, diphtheria, whooping cough, pertussis; thrush, canker.

Venereal Disease

Pox, syphilis; gonorrhea or gonorrhœa, blennorrhea or blennorrhœa, blennorrhagia.

Veterinary Diseases

Splenic fever.
Woolsorter’s disease.
Malignant pustule.
Texas fever.
Blackleg, black quarter.
Cattle plague, glanders, milk sickness.
Rinderpest, foot-and-mouth disease, hog cholera.
Heaves, rot, sheep rot.
Scabies, mange, distemper.