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English citations of -nosis

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  • 1888, Adolphe Burggraeve, quoting Henry Arthur Allbutt, Henry Arthur Allbutt, editor, The new handbook of dosimetric therapeutics; or The treatment of diseases by simple remedies, Paris: A l'Institut Dosimétrique, OCLC 852772707, page 144:
    This anomaly was of a nature to singularly obscure nosis; recourse was had to Dieulafoy's aspirator, the right side liquid to the amount of 900 gram withdrawn.
  • 1918, Stedman, Thomas Lathrop, “zoonosis”, in A practical medical dictionary, 5th, rev. edition, New York: William Wood, OCLC 11431480, page 1110:
    [] G. zōon, animal, + nosos, disease []
  • 2013, “zoonosis”, in Marie T. O'Toole, editor, Mosby's medical dictionary, 9th edition, St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, →ISBN, page 1914:
    [] Gk. zoon + nosis, disease []
  • 2015, “noso-, nos-, nosero-, noser-, -nosia, -nosis, -noses, -nosus, nosema-”, in Robertson's words for a modern age: a dictionary of English vocabulary words derived primarily from Latin and Greek sources, presented individually and in family units[1], Senior Scribe Publications, retrieved 2015-03-25:
    Greek: disease, sickness