Definition of Medico
1. Noun. A student in medical school.
2. Noun. A licensed medical practitioner. "I felt so bad I went to see my doctor"
Specialized synonyms: Abortionist, Allergist, Angiologist, Extern, Medical Extern, Gastroenterologist, General Practitioner, Gp, Hakeem, Hakim, House Physician, Resident, Resident Physician, Houseman, Intern, Interne, Medical Intern, Primary Care Physician, Quack, Medical Specialist, Specialist, Operating Surgeon, Sawbones, Surgeon, Vet, Veterinarian, Veterinary, Veterinary Surgeon
Generic synonyms: Medical Man, Medical Practitioner
Specialized synonyms: Abul-walid Mohammed Ibn-ahmad Ibn-mohammed Ibn-roshd, Averroes, Ibn-roshd, Abu Ali Al-husain Ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina, Avicenna, Ibn-sina, Barany, Robert Barany, Bartholin, Caspar Bartholin, Bruce, David Bruce, Sir David Bruce, Burrill Bernard Crohn, Crohn, Down, John L. H. Down, Christiaan Eijkman, Eijkman, Etienne-louis Arthur Fallot, Fallot, Gilbert, William Gilbert, Harvey, William Harvey, Hodgkin, Thomas Hodgkin, George Huntington, Huntington, Aletta Jacobs, Jacobs, Edward Jenner, Jenner, Harry F. Klinefelter, Harry Fitch Kleinfelter, Klinefelter, Clemence Sophia Harned Lozier, Lozier, Manson, Sir Patrick Manson, Franz Anton Mesmer, Friedrich Anton Mesmer, Mesmer, Paracelsus, Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus Von Hohenheim, Peter Mark Roget, Roget, Ross, Sir Ronald Ross, Benjamin Rush, Rush, Albert Schweitzer, Schweitzer, Anna Howard Shaw, Shaw, Simpson, Sir James Young Simpson, English Hippocrates, Sydenham, Thomas Sydenham, E. A. Von Willebrand, Erik Adolf Von Willebrand, Erik Von Willebrand, Von Willebrand, Willebrand
Group relationships: Doctor-patient Relation
Derivative terms: Doctor, Doctorial
Definition of Medico
1. Noun. (context: informal humorous) A physician or medical doctor; sometimes also a medical student. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Medico
1. a doctor or medical student [n -COS]
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Literary usage of Medico
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1. Proceedings of the ... Annual Congress of Correction of the American by American Correctional Association (1904)
"medico-Legal Notes. 'Criminal Insane in the United States and Foreign Countries," ... Read at the Annual Meeting of the American medico-Psychological ..."
2. A Manual of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology by Henry Cadwalader Chapman (1892)
"Insanity—Varieties of insanity—Idiocy—Mania—Dementia—medico-legal relations ... As out of this twofold inquiry arise all medico-legal questions of insanity, ..."
3. The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans ...by John Howard Brown by John Howard Brown (1904)
"... and was employed as an expert iu several famous medico-legal trials. He founded and became editor of the Alienist and Neurologist in 1880. ..."
4. The American Journal of Insanity by New York (State). State Lunatic Asylum (1906)
"I thank you and through you the American medico-Psychological Association ... At a meeting of the Council of the American medico-Psychological Association, ..."
5. A Manual of medical jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor (1880)
"MEDICAL AND medico-LEGAL DUTIES. INSPECTION OF BODIES IN DEATH FROM WOUNDS ... He should be able to elucidate any difficult medico-legal question which may ..."
6. Medical Jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor (1856)
"medico-legal Questions.—Among the questions which may come before л medical ... Most medico-legal writers agree, that we are never justified in ordering ..."
7. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1882)
"NEW YORK medico-LEGAL SOCIETY. At the April meeting of the Society, the President, Mr. Clark Bell, was in the chair ; there was a large attendance. ..."