braxy


braxy

noun \ˈbrak-sē\
plural brax·ies

Definition of BRAXY

1
: a malignant edema of sheep that involves gastrointestinal invasion by a spore-forming bacterium of the genus Clostridium (C. septicum), produces an enterotoxemia characterized by staggering, convulsions, coma, and death, and is common in Iceland, Scotland, and Norway—compare black disease
2
: a sheep dead from natural causes and especially from disease; also : mutton from such a carcass

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