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gonorrhϾ

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NounEdit

gonorrhϾ

  1. (obsolete) plural form of gonorrhœa
    • 1886, Leopold Casper, in The Lancet, volume I, page 247:
      From this short review, it is clear that many chronic gonorrhœæ already represent the first stages of strictures, or, as Otis calls them, “large-sized strictures,” which naturally cannot be cured by astringent solutions, or even such as are fatal to gonococci.