- (medicine) Lytico-Bodig disease
- (Can we find and add a quotation of Robert F. Rogers to this entry?)
- Oliver Sacks, The Island of the Colour-blind
- Only by degrees did it become clear to them, and him, that this was an organic malady, an all-too-familiar one, the bodig.
Of uncertain origin, but cognate with Old High German botah (“body, trunk, corpse”). Possibly from Proto-West Germanic *budaga, from Proto-Germanic *budagą (“body, trunk”), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰewdʰ- (“to be awake, observe”).
Wæs Oswine se cyning on bodiġe hēah.
- King Oswine was tall in stature.
- bodily presence
- body, trunk, torso, chest