caricæ

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin carica.

Noun[edit]

caricæ (plural only)

  1. (obsolete, medicine) figs, especially those from Caria
    • 1776, John Rutty, Observations on the London and Edinburgh dispensatories, page 205:
      Caricæ taken largely give a fetor to the Sweat.

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