gumboil


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gum·boil

 (gŭm′boil′)
n.
A small boil or abscess on the gum, often resulting from tooth decay.

gumboil

(ˈɡʌmˌbɔɪl)
n
(Pathology) an abscess on the gums, often at the root of a decayed tooth. Also called: parulis

gum•boil

(ˈgʌmˌbɔɪl)

n.
a small abscess on the gum originating in an abscess in the pulp of a tooth.
[1745–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gumboil - a boil or abscess on the gums
boil, furuncle - a painful sore with a hard core filled with pus
Translations
خُرّاج في اللثَّه
otok dásně
tandbyld
fogínytályog
tannkÿli
absces na ďasne
dişeti iltihabı

gumboil

[ˈgʌmbɔɪl] Nflemón m

gumboil

[ˈgʌmbɔɪl] nabcès m dentaire

gumboil

[ˈgʌmˌbɔɪl] nascesso gengivale

gum1

(gam) noun
(usually in plural) the firm flesh in which the teeth grow.
ˈgumboil noun
a painful swelling in the gum.

gum·boil

n. absceso en la encía, flemón.
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