ποδάγρα

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πούς (poús, foot) +‎ ἄγρᾱ (ágrā, hunting)

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ποδᾰ́γρᾱ (podágrā) (genitive ποδᾰ́γρᾱς) f, first declension

  1. trap for the feet
  2. (of dogs, oxen, horses) foot disease
  3. (of human beings) gout of the foot

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Etymology[edit]

From the Ancient Greek ποδᾰ́γρᾱ (podágrā, trap for the feet”, “a foot disease of dogs, oxen, and horses”, of human beings “gout), from πούς (poús, foot) +‎ ἄγρᾱ (ágrā, hunting).

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ποδάγρα (podágraf (plural ποδάγρες)

  1. gout, podagra

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