furunculous


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fu·run·cle

 (fyo͝or′ŭng′kəl)
n.
See boil2.

[Latin fūrunculus, knob on a vine that "steals" the sap, diminutive of fūr, thief (modeled on latrunculus, robber, diminutive of latrō, latrōn-, bandit); see bher- in Indo-European roots.]

fu·run′cu·lar (fyo͝o-rŭng′kyə-lər), fu·run′cu·lous (-ləs) adj.
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fu·run·cu·lous

a. foruncular, rel. a un forúnculo.
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During the next 2 months, furunculous developed twice, caused by the same strain.