Definition of Cipro
1. Noun. An oral antibiotic (trade name Cipro) used against serious bacterial infections of the skin or respiratory tract or urinary tract or bones or joints.
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Literary usage of Cipro
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A List of Geographical Atlases in the Library of Congress: With by Clara Egli Le Gear, Philip Lee Phillips, Library of Congress Map Division (1920)
"... di cipro. Fo. 56 [Map of Cyprus; verso blank] Without title page, place, date, printer's name, pagination, signatures, or catchwords. 56 leaves; in 12, ..."
2. Gleanings from Venetian History by Francis Marion Crawford, ( (1907)
"It was a stranger and a fugitive, a soldier of fortune of the highest physical - PALAZZO I'M.--. , DI Cipro courage, of the lowest origin, ..."
3. The Papacy and the Levant (1204-1571). by Kenneth M. Setton (1984)
"On the Turkish siege and seizure of Nicosia, note GA Quarti, La Guerra contra U Turco in Cipro ea Lepante (1570-I571), Venice, 1935, pp. 262-99, 307-8, ..."
4. A Dictionary of English Homonyms: Pronouncing and Explanatory by A. F. Inglott Bey (1899)
"... о dell' isola di Cipro. Appartenant à l'Ile de Chypre. Cyprine, n, si'prin. A kind of carp. Un pesce délia specie del carpo í carpione. ..."