κέδματα

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κέδμᾰτᾰ (kédmatan (genitive κεδμᾰ́των); third declension

  1. Certain morbid affections mentioned by Hippocrates which, in his opinion, resulted from the continual horse-exercise of the Scythians. Possibly aneurysmal or varicose dilatations, chronic tumors, or collections of fluid.

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