See also: diarrhoea


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diarrhœa ‎(countable and uncountable, plural diarrhœas or diarrhœæ)

  1. (chiefly British) Archaic spelling of diarrhea.
    • 2005, Edward Shalts, The American Institute of Homeopathy Handbook for Parents, page 326:
      Stool. Crawling and constriction in rectum. Stool large and hard (Bry); whitish, watery, sour. Prolapse ani, and burning, stinging hæmorrhoids. Diarrhœa of undigested, food, fetid, with ravenous appetite. Children’s diarrhœa. Constipation; stool at first hard, then pasty, then liquid.