tussis


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tus·sis

 (tŭs′ĭs)
n. pl. tus·ses (-sēz)
A cough.

[Latin.]

tus′sal, tus·sive adj.

tussis

(ˈtʌsɪs)
n
(Pathology) the technical name for cough See pertussis
[Latin: cough]
ˈtussal adj
ˈtussive adj
Translations

tus·sis

n. L. tussis, tos.
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