Chirurgic
Chirurgic Chi*rur"gic, Chirurgical Chirur"gical, a. [Cf. F. chirurgiquerurgical, L. Chirurgicus, Gr. ?. See {Chirurgeon}, and cf. {Surgical}.] Surgical [Obs.] ``Chirurgical lore'' --Longfellow. [1913 Webster]

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