Cornea—Traueparent coat of the eye.
Cranial—Pertaining to the skull.
Crucita —Shaped like a croee.
Decarbonize—To purify the air.
Diagnosie -The art of telling the nature of diseases. Diaphoretics—Medieinea which promote perspiration. Diathesis—Prediapoeition to certain &wages. Dietetics—Regulation of diet.
Diuregica—Medicinea which increase the flow of urfne. Duct—Canal.
Dynamic—Relating to the vital forces.
.Ernollients —Substamces used to reduce inflammations. Emphysema —Distention by gas or wind of certain por tions of the body.
Emunctories—Orgaus which carry off waste matters. Oncephalon—The brain.
Eurootic—lindemic diseases among animala. Epizootic—Epidemic among animals. rIquaibrium—Balance.
f':qui,ie-1-telating to the horse.
.Etio/ogy—The doctrine of the causes of diseases. Excrementitious—Useless.
.grcretory—Relating to vessels which throw off useless matter.
Extrazasation—Eacape of a fluid of the body from its veasel into surrounding parts.
Exudation—Oozing through a membrane. Fauces—The throat.
Fleam—An instrument used in bleeding. Graminivorous—Feeding on grass. Hematosine—The red coloring matter of the blood. hemorrhage—Bleeding.
ilippiatric—Relatiug to diseases of the horse. flistology—General anatomy. Hydrocephalus—Water in the head. hygiene— Preservation of health. Icnorous—liumory.
idiopathic—Primary affections. Idiosyncrasy—Peculiarity of constitution. indurated—Hardened.
lugainal —Belonging to the groin. intercostal—Between the ribs. nuzmtion—The act of rubbing in.
Lachrymal Glands—Thoae which secrete tears.
Lancia a icy—Shooting.
Laxatives—Loosening medicines. Lesion.—Diaorder.
Ligament—The aubstance which joins bones together. ilarrtntx—Breaste.
.11 asseters—Mueclea of the jaws. Morbid—Diaeaeed.
Jiorbific—Producing disease. Navicular—Oue of f he bones of the foot.
Neuro-balhology—The nervous ayatem in disease. Nodulous—Like a knot.
Nosology—Ulasaitication of diseases. (Edematous—Swollen.
us calcis—Boue of the heel. Osseo us-13ony.
ooid —In the form of an egg. Palatine—Relatirtg to the palate.
Panzootic—An epidemic affecting animals generally. Parasite—An animal which lives on another. Parotid—Largest salivaly gland.
Pathology—The atudy of the body in disease. Pedicie—Narrow part of a tumor. Peteclzial—Resembling flea-bites. Phthisis—Wasting away.
Pituitary MerrOcane—Lining of the nostrils. Pseudo-Membranous—Relating to false membranes. Pus—Matter.
Pytorus—Entrance into intestines.
Rale—A watery sound heard in sonuding the chest in aome diseases.
Schneiderian Membrane—The lining of the nostrils. Sebaceons—Of the nature of suet.
SedatizAs —Medicines which produce sleeP. Serous—Watery.
Serum—Watery part of the blood. Sol cent - That Avhich dissolvea. Sporadic—Scattered.
Submax,llary—Beneath the jaw. Sudamina —Small eruptions. Supra-, en al—Above t be kiduey. 7'horacic—Relating to the cheat.
Thyroid—Shaped like a lo/ding door.
Tonres—Medicznes which give tone and strength to the bogy.
Tubercular—Relating to tumors in the structure of an organ.
Turbiaated Bones—Bones of the nose ahaped /ike a top. Turgetuence—Great amount of humors in any part. Vascular—Full of blood-vessels.
Vis a Fronie—Force from the front.
a Tergo —Force of propul.ion.