English syllables. 2014.
English syllables. 2014.
Lathyrism — Classification and external resources Thanks to the grasspea, an aquatint print by Goya showing the use of grasspea as a famine food but also highlighting its effects (crippled woman lying on the floor) ICD 10 … Wikipedia
lathyrism — [lath′ə riz΄əm] n. a painful, poisoned condition caused by the ingestion of certain peas (esp. genus Lathyrus) and characterized by paralysis of the legs, hyperesthesia, etc … English World dictionary
lathyrism — noun Etymology: New Latin Lathyrus, from Greek lathyros, a type of pea Date: circa 1888 a diseased condition of humans, domestic animals, and especially horses that results from poisoning by an amino acid found in some legumes (genus Lathyrus and … New Collegiate Dictionary
lathyrism — Disorder of collagen cross linking as a result of copper sequestration by nitriles. (Lysyl oxidase is a copper containing metalloenzyme). In animals, caused by eating toxic plants of genus Lathyris … Dictionary of molecular biology
lathyrism — /lath euh riz euhm/, n. Pathol. a disorder of humans and domestic animals caused by ingestion of the seeds of some legumes of the genus Lathyrus and marked by spastic paralysis and pain. [1885 90; < NL Lathyr(us) genus name ( < Gk láthyros a kind … Universalium
lathyrism — noun A neurological disease of humans and domestic animals, caused by eating certain legumes of the genus Lathyrus and characterised by paralysis and emaciation … Wiktionary
lathyrism — A disease occurring in Ethiopia, Algeria, and India, characterized by various nervous manifestations, tremors, spastic paraplegia, and paresthesias; prevalent in districts where vetches, khasari (Lathyrus sativus), and allied species form the… … Medical dictionary
lathyrism — n. disease caused by eating the seeds of certain legumes belonging to the genus Lathyrus … English contemporary dictionary
lathyrism — n. a disease, characterized by muscular weakness and paralysis, found among people whose staple diet consists mostly of large quantites of Lathyrus sativus, a kind of chick pea, and/or vetches and pulses related to it. Except in mild cases… … The new mediacal dictionary
lathyrism — lath•y•rism [[t]ˈlæθ əˌrɪz əm[/t]] n. pat a painful disorder esp. of domestic animals caused by ingestion of a poison found in certain legumes of the genus Lathyrus and marked by spastic paralysis • Etymology: 1885–90; < NL Lathyr(us) (< Gk … From formal English to slang