rhinorrhea

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rhino- +‎ -rrhea, from Ancient Greek: ῥίς (rhís, nose) (stem ῥινο (rhino)) with ῥοία (rhoía, flow).

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rhinorrhea (plural rhinorrheas)

  1. (medicine) A persistent discharge of watery mucus from the nose; typical of the common cold.

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