leprous

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Old French leprous, lepros, (French lépreux), from Latin leprosus, from lepra, leprae, leprosy. See also leper.

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leprous (comparative more leprous, superlative most leprous)

  1. Relating to the disease leprosy.
  2. Appearing decayed, having the appearance of infection by leprosy.

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Old French[edit]

Adjective[edit]

leprous m

  1. leprous; having leprosy

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Noun[edit]

leprous m

  1. a leper

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