Definition of Milk pox

1. Noun. A mild form of smallpox caused by a less virulent form of the virus.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Milk Pox

milk floats
milk gland
milk intolerance
milk leg
milk let-down reflex
milk line
milk of bismuth
milk of calcium
milk of lime
milk of magnesia
milk of sulfur
milk pan
milk powder
milk pox (current term)
milk proteins
milk pudding
milk puddings
milk punch
milk replacer
milk ridge
milk round
milk run
milk saucepan
milk scall
milk shake
milk sibling
milk siblings
milk sickness

Literary usage of Milk pox

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1. The Milroy Lectures on Epidemic Disease in England: The Evidence of by William Heaton Hamer (1906)
"Stone-pox, water-pox, wind-pox, sheep-pox, swine-pox, horn-pox, and milk-pox were discussed by eighteenth-century writers. ..."

2. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1905)
"... or Kaffir milk-pox. The parasite of vaccinia and variola is described as an amoeboid organism about i-1^fith of a" inch in diameter, its protoplasm ..."

3. Trekking the Great Thirst: Travel and Sport in the Kalahari Desert by Arnold Wienholt Hodson, Amy E. Nellen (1912)
"... or Kaffir milk-pox, but it is difficult to judge without further knowledge. " You are to understand that while I must, if possible, have details as to ..."

4. Physiology, Pathology, Bacteriology, Anatomy (1906)
"Kaffir milk-pox. A specific contagious eruptive fever somewhat resembling small-pox. Amnesia of Broca. Pure word aphasia. Inability to remember spoken words ..."

5. Transactions of the Pathological Society of London by Pathological Society of London (1905)
"... or Kaffir milk- pox it was hoped that if the morbific agent of that disease could be established light might be thrown on the cause of the analogous ..."

6. Zululand and Cetewayo: Containing an Account of Zulu Customs, Manners, and by Walter Robert Ludlow (1882)
"... he looked exceedingly puzzled, and we left him examining his knife with childish glee, surrounded by his wives and children. PILLOW. MILK Pox ..."

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