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va·ri·o·la(və-rī′ə-lə, vâr′ē-ō′lə, văr′-)
[New Latin, from Medieval Latin, pustule, from Latin varius, speckled.]
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(Pathology) the technical name for smallpox
[C18: from Medieval Latin: disease marked by little spots, from Latin varius spotted]
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va•ri•o•la(vəˈraɪ ə lə)
va•ri′o•lous, va•ri′o•lar, adj.
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|Noun||1.||variola - a highly contagious viral disease characterized by fever and weakness and skin eruption with pustules that form scabs that slough off leaving scars|
pox - a contagious disease characterized by purulent skin eruptions that may leave pock marks
alastrim, Cuban itch, Kaffir pox, milk pox, pseudosmallpox, pseudovariola, variola minor, West Indian smallpox, white pox - a mild form of smallpox caused by a less virulent form of the virus
pock - a pustule in an eruptive disease
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variola[vəˈraɪələ] N → viruela f
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n (Med) → Pocken pl
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n. variola, viruela.
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