Definition of Residua

1. Noun. (plural of residuum#English residuum) ¹

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Definition of Residua

1. residuum [n] - See also: residuum

Medical Definition of Residua

1. Plural of residuum. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Residua

residential facilities
residential mobility
residential treatment
residua (current term)
residual abscess
residual affinity
residual air
residual capacity
residual clay
residual cleft
residual cyst
residual error
residual inhibition
residual inhibitor
residual lumen

Literary usage of Residua

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

1. Habit and Intelligence: A Series of Essays on the Laws of Life and Mind by Joseph John Murphy (1879)
"Coalescence of residua by forgetting. Process of learning our own language.—Further, the greater part of our mental acquisitions does not consist of mental ..."

2. An Introduction to Mental Philosophy, on the Inductive Method by John Daniel Morell (1862)
"ON THE NATURE OF residua. IF the question were definitely put, What are residua ? we confess our incapability to give a complete answer, without, at least, ..."

3. Problems of Life and Mind by George Henry Lewes (1879)
"residua. 41. How are we to understand these traces, these residua, which play so large a part in mental life ? Feelings and ideas come and go, ..."

4. The Physiology and Pathology of the Mind by Henry Maudsley (1867)
"Consequently there are other residua besides those already dealt with, which enter as constituents into his mental life — the residua, namely, that are left ..."

5. Pensions and the Principles of Their Evaluation by Llewellyn Jones Llewellyn, Arthur Bassett Jones (1919)
"(1) Dissipation of the Pathological residua of Trauma.—By these are understood the circulatory disorders—hyperaemia, stasis, and oedema; ..."

6. Diseases of the Ear: A Text-book for Practitioners and Students of Medicine by Edward Bradford Dench (1919)
"OTITIS MEDIA PURULENTA residua. BY this term we designate that class of cases in which a former purulent inflammation has resulted in a permanent ..."

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