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coe·li·ac

 (sē′lē-ăk′)
adj.
Variant of celiac.

coeliac

(ˈsiːlɪˌæk) or

celiac

adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the abdomen
n
(Pathology) a person who suffers from coeliac disease
[C17: from Latin coeliacus, from Greek koiliakos, from koilia belly]

ce•li•ac

or coe•li•ac

(ˈsi liˌæk)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or located in the cavity of the abdomen.
[1655–65; < Latin coeliacus < Greek koiliakós of the bowels =koilí(a) bowels, derivative of koîlos hollow + -akos -ac]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.coeliac - of or in or belonging to the cavity of the abdomen
Translations
břišní
glutenintolerant
keliakia-
koji boluje od celijakije
腹腔の
배의
glutenintolerant
ช่องท้อง
thuộc tạng phủ

coeliac

سلياكيّ břišní glutenintolerant zöliakisch κοιλιακός celíaco keliakia- cœliaque koji boluje od celijakije celiaco 腹腔の 배의 abdominaal i bukhulen trzewny celíaco брюшной glutenintolerant ช่องท้อง karın boşluğu ile ilgili thuộc tạng phủ 下腹的
References in periodicals archive ?
The standard medical test for coeliacs is a microscopic inspection of the small intestine in a process known as a jejunal biopsy.
COELIACS rejoice as a gluten-free company are bringing their range of breads to Huddersfield.
Many coeliacs find self-catering easier and stock up on gluten-free food at supermarkets.
I used to give coeliacs wine from the chalice instead of host but after the swine flu epidemic we stopped that.
Some restaurants are very good at catering for coeliacs whilst others simply can't be bothered to make much effort at all or to try and even understand.
However, the market for products that coeliacs would buy but which are not specifically marketed as gluten-free food is estimated to be worth 130m [pounds sterling].
Coeliacs cannot normally eat gluten, found in foods such as bread, cakes, biscuits and pastries.
The result is a great deal of unnecessary worry for coeliacs and their families.
Thankfully it is becoming easier for coeliacs to eat out but we would fight tooth and nail for more places to offer gluten free options.