Definition of Excrescency. Meaning of Excrescency. Synonyms of Excrescency

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Definition of Excrescency

Excrescency
Excrescency Ex*cres"cen*cy, n. Excrescence. [Obs.]

Meaning of Excrescency from wikipedia

- Excrescence may refer to: Excrescence (phonology), the addition of a consonant to a word In medicine and physiology, an outgrowth, especially of this...
- 'well-being', illth is "ill-being".[citation needed] Excrescence: Ruskin defined an "excrescence" as an outgrowth of the main body of a building that...
- "in" and thesis "putting". Epenthesis may be divided into two types: excrescence, for the addition of a consonant, and svarabhakti, or anaptyxis (/ˌænəpˈtɪksɪs/)...
- Portingal, which added an intrusive /n/ sound through the process of excrescence, spread to Middle English. Middle English variant spellings included...
- English word, scholars have translated the wide-ranging meaning of zhi as "excrescences", "exudations", and "cryptogams". Translating Chinese zhi (芝) is problematic...
- A caruncle is defined as 'a small, fleshy excrescence that is a normal part of an animal's anatomy'. Within this definition, caruncles in birds include...
- The word sarcoma is derived from the Gr**** σάρκωμα sarkōma "fleshy excrescence or substance", itself from σάρξ sarx meaning "flesh". Sarcomas are typically...
- Viswaroop; Tokala, Hemasri; Kodenchery, Mihas (2010-09-01). "Lambl's excrescences: a rare cause of stroke". The Journal of Heart Valve Disease. 19 (5):...
- cuitlatl [ˈkʷit͡ɬɑt͡ɬ] ("excrement" or "rear-end", actually meaning "excrescence") and cochtli [ˈkot͡ʃt͡ɬi] ("sleeping", from cochi "to sleep"), thus...
- knowing precisely what it was, he described it as a "cancerous fungous excrescence". The excised tumor was preserved in the Hunterian Museum of the Royal...
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