See also: diarrhoea

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NounEdit

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.

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NounEdit

diarrhœa f ‎(genitive diarrhœæ); first declension

  1. alternative typography of diarrhoea

DeclensionEdit

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative diarrhœa diarrhœæ
genitive diarrhœæ diarrhœārum
dative diarrhœæ diarrhœīs
accusative diarrhœam diarrhœās
ablative diarrhœā diarrhœīs
vocative diarrhœa diarrhœæ