Groups
Primary Base morb*

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-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.

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* 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

Notes

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.

Indigestion

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

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