Definition of Lymphad

1. a large rowing boat [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lymphad

lymph node excision
lymph node of azygos arch
lymph node of ligamentum arteriosum
lymph node permeability factor
lymph nodes
lymph nodes of abdominal organs
lymph nodes of elbow
lymph nodule
lymph sacs
lymph sinus
lymph space
lymph varix
lymph vessel
lymph vessels
lymphad (current term)
lymphaden
lymphadenectomies
lymphadenectomy
lymphadenites
lymphadenitides
lymphadenitis
lymphadenitises
lymphadeno-
lymphadenography
lymphadenoid
lymphadenoid goiter
lymphadenoma
lymphadenomatosis
lymphadenopathic

Literary usage of Lymphad

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1. English Heraldry by Charles Boutell (1867)
"A lymphad sable, on waves of the sea, is also borne on a field argent by the ... lymphad. No. 276.—Arms of Hastings. lappet, worn in the time of HENRY L, ..."

2. Heraldry, Ancient and Modern: Including Boutell's Heraldry by Charles Boutell, S. T. Aveling (1890)
"Galley or lymphad.—An ancient ship having one mast, but also propelled by oars. It is blazoned with its sails furled and with its colours flying. ..."

3. History of Scottish Seals from the Eleventh to the Seventeenth Century, with by Walter de Gray Birch (1907)
"His shield is quarterly—1.4. three cinquefoils for Hamilton, 2.3. a lymphad for Arran. This prelate's motto is— MISERICORDIA . ET . ..."

4. Scottish Armorial Seals by William Rae Macdonald (1904)
"A lymphad under sail (the Isles). 3rd: An eagle. 4th : A dexter hand issuing from the base holding a sword bend sinister-ways. The four quarters within a ..."

5. An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great by John Woody Papworth (1874)
"Fess Gyronny of eight or and SB. for Campbell; quartering second or a fess chequy arg. and az. for Stewart; and third arf>. a lymphad her sails furled and ..."

6. The Scottish Historical Review by Company of Scottish History (1908)
"It is scarcely necessary to produce more evidence of the fact that this lymphad is a paternal not an official bearing, than that we have found it, ..."

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