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dropsy

noun drop·sy \ˈdräp-sē\

Definition of DROPSY

:  edema

Origin of DROPSY

Middle English dropesie, short for ydropesie, from Anglo-French, from Latin hydropisis, modification of Greek hydrōps, from hydōr water — more at water
First Known Use: 13th century

dropsy

noun drop·sy \ˈdräp-sē\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural drop·sies

Medical Definition of DROPSY

:  edema

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