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1. accidentāl adj.

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(a) Phil. Not a natural or essential part of a thing, non-essential, incidental, secondary; (b) not inherent in a thing, induced from without; (c) ?growing out of something else, ?outward, external.

2. antecēdent adj. & n.

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Logic & ethics A prior assumption or principle, a premise; antecedent trouth; antecedent ded, a preceding act as causing a later act.

3. apertī̆f, -īve adj. & n.

Additional spellings: apertive
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Med. Capable of opening or dilating (pores, veins, etc.): a medicine causing dilation.

4. benīgne adj.

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(a) Of persons: gracious, gentle, kind, generous, merciful; showing good will (toward sb.); of an inferior: meek, submissive; (b) as noun: a gracious person; (c) of an animal: friendly, gentle, tame.

5. blā̆k adj.

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(a) Of a black color, black; (b) blak and blo, black and livid, black and blue [see blo adj.]; blak or whit, black or white, of any color or kind; blak as col (blacche, croue, inde, molde, pich, slo),

6. cadaverǒus adj.

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Med. Gangrenous, mortified.

7. calefactī̆f adj. & n.

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Med. (a) Of a remedy or a diet: producing heat in the body, warming; (b) a medicine which increases heat.

8. carminātī̆f adj.

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Med. Having the property of dispersing wind in the body.

9. carnātī̆f adj.

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Med. Aiding the growth of flesh.

10. cathesiāl adj.

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Med. Descending, falling; cathesial opilacioun, cathesial stopping, an obstruction of the post-nasal passages by the descent of humors from the brain.

11. comunicante adj.

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(a) Shared, possessed in common; (b) med. of the cause of an ailment: not local, systemic.

12. corrō̆sī̆f, -ī̆ve adj. & n.

Additional spellings: corrosive
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(a) Chemically corrosive; water corrosif, an acid; also fig.; (b) a chemically corroding substance, as an acid.

13. cotidiā̆n adj. & n.

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(a) Daily; also, continual, unceasing; (b) usual, habitual; ordinary, everyday.

14. cretik adj.

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(a) Med. Of a disease: at the turning point for better or worse, at the crisis; (b) as noun: bi wei of cretik, at the critical or decisive stage, at the crisis.

15. dēceivāble adj.

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(a) Of persons or animals: deceitful, lying, treacherous; -- also as noun; (b) disloyal, seditious.

16. decorātī̆f adj.

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Med. & surg. Designed to remove or cover up blemishes, beautifying.

17. dēd adj.

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(a) Of persons, animals, bodies, parts of bodies: dead, no longer alive; also fig.; ben ded, to be dead; (b) of trees, flowers, etc.: dead.

18. dē̆fensī̆f adj.

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(a) Of weapons, armor: defensive; (b) med. & surg. of a bandage: preventing the spread of pus or other fluids; of a medicine or ointments: preventing the growth or spread of disease, preventive…

19. dīaforē̆tic adj. & n.

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Med. (a) Capable of inducing or promoting perspiration; sudorific, diaphoretic; (b) a diaphoretic medicine.

20. dīǧestī̆f adj. & n.

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As adj.: (a) med. able to break down pathological matter, humors, etc.; medecin digestif, a digestive medicine, a drug that prepares pathological matter for evacuation; (b) physiol. having to do with…

21. dīlacerāte adj.

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Med. Of flesh, a wound: torn asunder, lacerated.

22. discontinūē̆l adj.

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(a) Med. discontinuel fever, fever characterized by intermittent onsets; (b) math. discontinuel progressioun, a series of numbers in which the natural order is interrupted regularly.

23. drīe adj.(1)

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(a) Not humid, moist, or drenched; dry; (b) of land: not flooded or submerged; also, not wet or sodden; comen (driven) to drie lond, to come (drive) ashore; (c) not moistened or soaked; mid (with)

24. ēductīble adj.

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Med. Permitting displacement or protrusion (of the intestines).

25. egrotāble adj.

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Med. Subject to disease, diseased.

26. emperīk adj.

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Med. Of a physician: belonging to the empirical school.

27. epatī̆k adj.

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Med. and anat. (a) Affected with disease of the liver; (b) epatik veine the basilic vein; = epatica n., sense 1.

28. ē̆quivoca adj. (plural)

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(a) Of words: varying or ambiguous in meaning; (b) med. of symptoms: ambiguous, not distinctive.

29. erraunt adj.

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(a) baili(f erraunt, an itinerant bailif or sheriff; (b) bailifes-man erraunt, ?the servant of a bailif erraunt; (c) erraunt Jew, the Wandering Jew (used as a term of opprobrium); (d) justice erraunt

30. euchīme adj.

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Med. Having normal, healthy humors; of good 'complexion'; also, promoting good, healthful humors.

31. expert ppl., adj. (and n.)

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Having (personal) experience (in or of something); experienced, wise through experience.

32. expressī̆f, -ī̆ve adj.

Additional spellings: expressive
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Med. Of dressings, bandages, medicinal property, etc.: serving to press out or expel, expulsive.

33. expurgatī̆f adj.

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Med. Having the property of cleansing by expelling impure matter from the body.

34. extirpatī̆f adj.

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Med. Corrosive.

35. fallāce adj.

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(a) Deceitful; fallacious, false; (b) med.?abnormal, improper.

36. fervent adj.

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(a) Hot, burning, fiery; fervent hete, burning heat; (b) fervent oil, hot oil; fervent water, scalding water; (c) fervent ground (lond).

37. ficāl adj. & n.

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Med. Of a skin eruption: fig-shaped, roundish.

38. fistūlǒus, -ōse adj.

Additional spellings: fistulose
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(a) Porous (stone); (b) med. like a fistula.

39. flauī adj.

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Med. Scaly, rough; of a bone: splintered.

40. fō̆rmāl adj.

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(a) In due or proper form; according to established procedure; orderly, correct, regular, conventional; formal argument, argument following the rules of logic; (b) ?beautiful, shapely.

41. former adj.

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Earlier (in time), former, previous; former daies, olden days, ancient times.

42. fǒul adj.

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(a) Dirty, filthy, soiled; (b) maken foul, to void excrement; (c) foul wei, a muddy road or path; (d) a miry place in a road or street; atte foul, at the muddy place, by the marsh; fair ne foul, for…

43. foxish adj.

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(a) Like a fox, crafty, cunning; (b) med. foxish lepra, a type of leprosy characterized by falling hair.

44. fractī̆f adj.

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Med. Tending to break up or dissolve something, acting as a solvent.

45. fraudūlent adj.

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(a) Of persons: given to fraud or lying, dishonest, treacherous; (b) of speech, action, intention, etc.: characterized by deceit; accomplished by trickery; dishonest, deceitful; (c) of a quality…

46. Frē̆nsh adj.

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(a) Pertaining to France [as constituted at various times], or to Frenchmen; consisting of Frenchmen; associated with France or Frenchmen; Frensh fare, courtly behavior; Frensh flour, the…

47. ful adj.

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(a) Filled to capacity; fully loaded [a1425 WBible]; fillen ful; half ful; (b) amounting to the capacity (of a certain measure); cup ful, barrel ful.

48. gīleful adj.

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(a) Deceitful, treacherous, fraudulent, dishonest; (b) of a bow: unreliable; of an operation: uncertain, hazardous; (c) of a gem: not genuine, false; (d) med. & surg. of an ulcer: gangrenous; of…

49. glā̆sen adj.

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(a) Made of glass; (b) yeven a glasen houve, to delude (sb.); glasen glose, a deluding or sophistical interpretation; (c) glasen wright, a glazier.

50. gravellī adj.

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(a) Sandy, covered with gravel or sand; (b) med. containing calculous matter resembling sand.

51. gravelǒus adj.

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(a) Sandy, gravelly, stony; (b) med. of flesh: lumpy, like gravel.

52. grẹ̄ne adj.

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(a) Green, of the colour of grass; (b) of the skin or complexion: green; also, pale, colorless, livid; gul and grene, pale and grene; (c) as symbolic of inconstancy or envy; (d) grene cloth, the…

53. hērēditārī(e adj.

Additional spellings: hereditarie
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(a) Bequeathed; word hereditari, a legacy of words; (b) med. of disease: hereditary.

54. hōrī(e adj.

Additional spellings: horie
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(a) Dirty, filthy, soiled; ceremonially unclean or defiling; med. of a wound or sore: purulent, suppurating; as noun: dirt, filth; purulent matter; (b) sinful, wicked, corrupt; as noun: sinfulness…

55. hō̆t adj.

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High in temperature (ranging in degree from pleasantly warm to excessively hot): (a) of sunshine, air, weather, the day, etc.: warm, balmy; also, hot, torrid; hotteste, the hottest part; of a country…

56. hūmectā̆tī̆f adj.

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(a) Med. Of food: increasing moisture in the body, diluent; (b) surg. of medicines: moistening, increasing moisture.

57. hūmorā̆l adj.

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Med. & surg. Consisting of humors or of pus; filled with humors or with pus.

58. immēdiāt(e adj.

Additional spellings: immediate
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(a) Next, contiguous; also, close; (b) next in succession, close in succession; (c) without interposition of agent or medium, direct; (d) med. immediat cause, proximate cause, direct cause; (e) not…

59. impulsī̆f adj. & n.

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Med. (a) Of a medicine: able to drive humors down or repel them; (b) as noun: a medicine of this sort.

60. inā̆niciọ̄nāl adj.

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Med. Induced by depletion of blood or humors.

61. incarnāt(e adj.

Additional spellings: incarnate
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(a) Of God or Christ: embodied in human form or flesh, incarnate; treuth incarnat, an epithet for Christ; (b) devel incarnat, a wicked or sinful man.

62. ingrōssā̆tī̆f adj.

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Med. Having the power to thicken or congeal the humors.

63. innātūrāl adj.

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(a) Med. Of humors, heat: improperly compounded, unhealthy; also, excessive; of a protrusion: pathological; (b) lacking normal human feelings or attitudes; unrestrained, immoral, inhuman; (c)…

64. inscī̆sī̆f adj. & n.

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Med. & surg. (a) Of medicines: having the property of dispersing, diluting, or dissolving viscous, thick, or heavy humor; (b) as noun: a medicine having such a property; (c) slashing, cutting.

65. inspermatik adj.

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Med. Not created entirely from sperm.

66. inspissātīve adj.

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Med. Having the property of causing thickening, coagulative.

67. interpolāte adj.

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Not continuous, intermittent: (a) of occurrences in general: happening on separate occasions; (b) specif. med. of fever or other symptoms of disease: occurring between intervals of relief, fitful.

68. istuphāte adj.

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Med. Heated with steam.

69. ivel adj.

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Wicked, depraved, sinful: (a) of persons, the soul; ivel man, etc.; (b) of a spirit; ivel gost, an evil spirit, a devil; the Devil; (c) of an action; ivel dede, ivel werk; (d) of speech; ivel speche,

70. lē̆nī̆ficā̆tī̆f adj. & n.

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Med. (a) Softening; (b) a softening agent.

71. lē̆nī̆tī̆f adj. & n.

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Med. Softening; lenitif clisteri(e, a softening enema.

72. lē̆s(se adj. (comparative)

Additional spellings: lesse
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(a) Smaller in size or spatial extent; maken les, to reduce (sth.) to smaller parts; more and les, greater and smaller; (b) smallest.

73. lō̆cāl adj.

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(a) Med. Confined to a particular part of the body; local medecine = local n.; (b) of a statute: of only local application.

74. lō̆cāliāl adj.

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Med. = local adj. (a).

75. lọ̄s adj.

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(a) Of persons: free from fetters, imprisonment, captivity, encirclement, or physical constraint; of animals: untied, loose; of insects: moving about, at large; also fig.; (b) unimpeded in action…

76. mẹ̄vāble adj.

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(a) Capable of movement; of living creatures: capable of independent motion; (b) in motion, moving, moving about; ready to move or travel, mobile, transient; (c) active, energetic; agile, dexterous…

77. mī̆tigātī̆f adj. & n.

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Med. & surg. (a) Soothing, lenitive; (b) as noun: a soothing preparation, palliative.

78. moist(e adj.

Additional spellings: moiste
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(a) Moist, wet; moistened with tears, blood, saliva, etc.; moist issue, vapor; moist fruit, fig.?luscious fruit; (b) of a land or region: well-irrigated; of a plant: well-watered; maken moist, to…

79. mollificātī̆f adj.

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(a) Med. Of medicines: softening, causing softness; (b) as noun: a softening medicine, an ointment.

80. mollitī̆f adj.

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(a) Med. Softening, causing to be soft; (b) as noun: a softening medicine or ointment.

81. mordax adj.

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Med. Corroding; stinging, irritating.

82. mordicant adj.

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Med. Corrosive, caustic.

83. mordicātī̆ve adj.

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Med. (a) Irritating, smarting, stinging; (b) corrosive, caustic.

84. mordificātī̆ve adj.

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Med. & surg. (a) Distressing, tormenting; (b) corrosive; as noun: a caustic or corrosive medicine.

85. mōr(e adj. (comparative)

Additional spellings: more
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(a) Larger in size or spatial extent; taller; mor del (partie), the larger part; (b) mor of inough, much larger; bi the hed (a yerd) mor, a head (a yard) taller; bi the shuldres mor, head and…

86. muchel adj.

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With reference to amount: of property, treasure, wealth, etc.: much; of food, honey, salt, etc.: in a large amount, much; ben to muchel, of blood: to be an excessive amount; muchel god, many…

87. mundificātī̆f adj.

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Med. & surg. Cleansing.

88. narw(e adj.

Additional spellings: narwe
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(a) Narrow, small; wide or narw, wide or narrow, large or small; lesse and narwere, smaller and narrower; the narw se, the English Channel; (b) strait, constricting, restrictive; narw path (wei), wei

89. nūtrīte adj.

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Med. (a) ?Infused [cp. norishen 10. (a)]; (b) litarge nutrite, an ointment with a base of powdered litharge.

90. obēdient adj.

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(a) Obedient; willing to serve someone; also, willing to fulfill an obligation; obedient to, obedient unto; (b) as noun: obedient person; (c) obedient to (unto), subject to the rule of (sb. or sth.)…

91. obeisaunt adj.

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(a) Obedient; dutiful; as noun: an obedient subject; (b) obeisaunt to, obedient to (sb. or sth.); compliant with (someone's requests); subject or governed by (sb. or sth.); obeisaunt in, obedient to…

92. oblīqued adj.

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Med. = obliquate.

93. ōld(e adj.

Additional spellings: olde
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(a) Of living beings: near the end of the normal span of life, advanced in age; also, of children: of an age late in childhood, pre-adolescent; (b) used disparagingly; (c) old man, a man well-advanced…

94. ọ̄̆ther adj.

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(a) Second of two; second, another; on other; ech other dai (yer), every second day (year), every other day (year); (b) other dai, the second day; swich (slik) on other, a second of the same kind…

95. ǒutre adj. (comparative)

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(a) Outer; existing or situated on the outside of, or at a distance from, something; outre hous, a house located away from the principal building(s; (b) exterior, consisting of the outer portion of…

96. passī̆f adj.

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(a) Of matter or a quality of matter: capable of being acted upon, passive as opposed to active; (b) of one's relation to an attitude or judgment: receptive, passive; passif cursing, the suffering of…

97. penetrātī̆f adj.

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(a) Med. & surg. Of medicines, ointments, etc.: penetrative, penetrating; (b) permeating, piercing; pungent, sharp; of the power of prayer: able to pierce.

98. plectōrik adj.

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Med. Swollen, plethoric; -- also as noun: swelling, plethora.

99. prēservātī̆f adj.

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(a) Med. & surg. Of a treatment, regimen, etc.: serving to prevent or protect against a disease or morbid condition; preventive, prophylactic; also fig.; preservatif of; (b) of a treatment: tending to…

100. prī̆mitī̆f adj.

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In phrases: (a) primitif chirche, chirche primitif, the early Christian church; primitif chirche of engelond; (b) med. & surg. cause primitif, a non-corporeal cause of a disease.