Hydropsy
Hydropsy \Hy"drop`sy\, n. Same as {Dropsy}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Dropsies — Dropsy Drop sy, n.; pl. {Dropsies}. [OE. dropsie, dropesie, OF. idropisie, F. hydropisie, L. hydropisis, fr. Gr. ? dropsy, fr. ? water. See {Water}, and cf. {Hydropsy}.] (Med.) An unnatural collection of serous fluid in any serous cavity of the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Dropsy — Drop sy, n.; pl. {Dropsies}. [OE. dropsie, dropesie, OF. idropisie, F. hydropisie, L. hydropisis, fr. Gr. ? dropsy, fr. ? water. See {Water}, and cf. {Hydropsy}.] (Med.) An unnatural collection of serous fluid in any serous cavity of the body, or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • hydrops — hydroptic, adj. /huy drops/, n. (used with a sing. v.) Pathol. (formerly) edema. Also called hydropsy /huy drop see/. [1700 10; < L hydrops < Gk hýdrops DROPSY, equiv. to hydr HYDR 1 + ops appearance (lit., eye, face), appar. by confusion with… …   Universalium

  • dropsy — dropsy1 [ drɒpsi] noun (plural dropsies) old fashioned or less technical term for oedema. Derivatives dropsical adjective Origin ME: shortening of obs. hydropsy, via OFr. and L. from Gk hudrōps, from hudōr water . dropsy2 …   English new terms dictionary

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