Definition of Bubonic

1. Adjective. Of or evidencing buboes. "Bubonic plague"

Partainyms: Bubo
Derivative terms: Bubo



Definition of Bubonic

1. a. Of or pertaining to a bubo or buboes; characterized by buboes.

Definition of Bubonic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to buboes. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bubonic

1. pertaining to a bubo [adj] - See also: bubo

Medical Definition of Bubonic

1. Relating in any way to a bubo. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bubonic

bubbling rale
bubbling up
bubblingly
bubblings
bubbly
bubbly bone lesion
bubby
bubinga
bubingas
bubkes
bubkus
bubo
buboed
buboes
bubonalgia
bubonic (current term)
bubonic plague
bubonocele
bubonoceles
bubs
bubu
bubukle
bubukles
bubus
bucardia
bucatini
bucca
buccal
buccal angles

Literary usage of Bubonic

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1. Pathogenic Micro-organisms: Including Bacteria and Protozoa; a Practical by William Hallock Park, Anna Wessels Williams (1905)
"HISTORICALLY we can trace the bubonic plague back to the third century. In Justinian's reign a great epidemic spread over the Roman empire and before it ..."

2. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1902)
"July 13th, case of bubonic plague discovered. July 18th, case of bubonic plague ... 2oth, case of bubonic plague discovered. Sept. 23d, two cases of bubonic ..."

3. A Text-book upon the pathogenic bacteria: For Students of Medicine and by Joseph McFarland (1909)
"Wyman,* in his very instructive pamphlet, "The bubonic Plague," finds it convenient to divide plague into (a) bubonic or ganglionic, (6) septicémie, ..."

4. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1907)
"Professor Robinson has done me the favor to request that I should present in this assembly some considerations relative to the bubonic plague, ..."

5. The Hygiene of Transmissible Diseases; Their Causation, Modes of by Alexander Crever Abbott (1901)
"The plague or the pest, also variously known as bubonic plague, bubonic pest, ... Pus from bubo in bubonic plague; showing the specific microorganism. ..."

6. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians by Association of American Physicians (1901)
"In a remarkably short time the chief etiologic factors in bubonic plague have ... A well-marked bubonic case of plague offers no difficulty in the way of ..."

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