Definition of Aurist

1. n. One skilled in treating and curing disorders of the ear.



Definition of Aurist

1. Noun. One skilled in treating and curing disorders of the ear. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Aurist

1. a specialist in diseases of the ear [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aurist

aurintricarboxylic acid
auriphrygiate
auripigment
auripigments
auris
auris externa
auris interna
auris media
auriscalp
auriscalpium
auriscalps
auriscope
auriscopes
auriscopic
auriscopy
aurist (current term)
aurists
aurited
aurivilliusite
aurivorous
auro-
aurocephalous
auroch
aurochloride
aurochlorides
aurochromoderma
aurochs
aurochsen
aurochses
aurocyanide

Literary usage of Aurist

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1. The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature edited by Samuel Emlen (1819)
"By JH CURTIS, Esq. Surgeon-aurist to the Prince Regent. [From the London Medical and Physical Journal, for May, 1819. ..."

2. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1897)
"By JAMES KERR LOVE, MD; Aural Surgeon to the Glasgow Royal' Infirmary; Honorary aurist to the Glasgow Deaf and Dumb Institution. ..."

3. Autobiographical Recollections of the Medical Profession by James Fernandez Clarke (1874)
"JOHN HARRISON CURTIS, aurist. IN these days, when specialism is rampant, it may not be out of place to record the career of one of the most remarkable men ..."

4. Biographical Record of the Alumni of Amherst College ... 1821-[1896] by Amherst College, Edward Payson Crowell, Walter Stanley Biscoe (1901)
"... MD, Yale, 1884 ; in German Universities, '83—'86 ; Oculist and aurist, Chicago, IIl., '86—. Assist. Surg., Ill. Eye and Ear Infirmary, ..."

5. Memoir of Isaac Forsyth, Bookseller in Elgin, 1768-1859 by Isaac Forsyth Macandrew (1889)
"As the infirmity increased he was recommended to go to Paris to consult an aurist there of European reputation. He has left an account of his journey which ..."

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