Definition of Wheal. Meaning of Wheal. Synonyms of Wheal

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Definition of Wheal

Wheal
Wheal Wheal, n. [Cornish hwel.] (Mining) A mine.
Wheal
Wheal Wheal, n. [OE. whele, AS. hwele putrefaction, hwelian to putrefy.] A pustule; a whelk. --Wiseman.
Wheal
Wheal Wheal, n. [Cf. Wale.] 1. A more or less elongated mark raised by a stroke; also, a similar mark made by any cause; a weal; a wale. 2. Specifically (Med.), a flat, burning or itching eminence on the skin, such as is produced by a mosquito bite, or in urticaria.

Meaning of Wheal from wikipedia

- Wheal may refer to: Wheal response, a cutaneous condition left by a blow or as part of an allergic reaction Wheal, a Cornish mine Wheal in Cornish means...
- Fissure: A fissure is a crack in the skin that is usually narrow but deep. Wheal: A wheal is a rounded or flat-topped, pale red pa**** or plaque that is characteristically...
- Bradley Thomas James Wheal (born 28 August 1996) is a cricketer who plays for Hampshire and has been called up to represent Scotland. He is a right-handed...
- will range from slight reddening of the skin to a full-blown hive (called "wheal and flare") in more sensitive patients similar to a mosquito bite. Interpretation...
- Wheal Jane is a disused tin mine near Baldhu and Chacewater in West Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The area itself consisted of a large number of...
- Wheal Coates is a former tin mine situated on the north coast of Cornwall, England, UK, on the cliff tops between Porthtowan and St Agnes. It is preserved...
- 2 million 94 pound bushels. It was also known as West Wheal Towan (1850–1867), Lelant Wheal Towan and West Wheal Lucy (1872). During the period he owned it, the...
- Wheal Watkins mine is an historic lead and silver mine in Glen Osmond, South Australia. The mine first operated from 1844 until 1850, and again briefly...
- of Devon, north and east of Dartmoor: Sydenham Damerel, Lydford, Wheal Betsy, Wheal Friendship, Okehampton, Sticklepath, Chagford, Buckfastleigh, Ashburton...
- Great Wheal Charlotte, also known as Wheal Charlotte, is an abandoned copper and tin mine near St Agnes in Cornwall, England. All that is left of the mine...
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