Definition of Narcoma

1. a stupor induced by a narcotic [n -MAS or -MATA]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Narcoma

narcodollar
narcodollars
narcohypnia
narcohypnosis
narcohypnotic
narcokleptocracies
narcokleptocracy
narcolepsies
narcolepsy
narcolept
narcoleptic
narcoleptic tetrad
narcoleptically
narcoleptics
narcolepts
narcoma (current term)
narcomania
narcomaniac
narcomaniacal
narcomaniacs
narcomas
narcomata
narcomilitary
narcos
narcose
narcoses
narcosis
narcostate
narcostates
narcosynthesis

Literary usage of Narcoma

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Complete pronouncing medical dictionary by Joseph Thomas (1885)
"[From the same.] Stupor, or the state of being under the influence of narcotic medicine. Nar-com'a-tous. [From the same.] Pertaining to narcoma. Nar-co'sis. ..."

2. Lippincott's Medical dictionary: A Complete Vocabulary of the Terms Used in by Ryland W. Greene, Joseph Thomas (1906)
"... state characterized by short but sudden and irresistible sleeping fite, or by a strong tendency to fall into brief naps narcoma ..."

3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1875)
"... -narcoma, and a report from delegates to the National Association, we have omitted to notice. The literary and typographical execution of the work are ..."

4. Text-book of Ophthalmology by Ernst Fuchs (1908)
"... has a practical '[In rare case*, however, a glioma or narcoma may be lodged in a phthisical eye. See remarka under Sarcoma of the ..."

5. General Surgical Pathology and Therapeutics: In Fifty-one Lectures by Theodor Billroth, Charles Elihu Hackley, Alexander von Winiwarter (1883)
"... and acquire a suffering look. The course of the dia- Flo 147. From an adeno-narcoma of the female breast: a, ..."

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