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rheumatic

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adjective rheu·mat·ic \ru̇-ˈma-tik\

Definition of rheumatic

  1. :  of, relating to, characteristic of, or affected with rheumatism

rheumatically

play \-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Origin and Etymology of rheumatic

Middle English rewmatik subject to rheum, from Anglo-French reumatike, from Latin rheumaticus, from Greek rheumatikos, from rheumat-, rheuma


First Known Use: 1711


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rheumatic

noun rheu·mat·ic

Definition of rheumatic

  1. :  one affected with rheumatism

1846

First Known Use of rheumatic

1846


Medical Dictionary

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rheumatic

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adjective rheu·mat·ic \ru̇-ˈmat-ik\

Medical Definition of rheumatic

  1. :  of, relating to, characteristic of, or affected with rheumatism <rheumatic pain> <a rheumatic joint>


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rheumatic

noun rheu·mat·ic

Medical Definition of rheumatic

  1. :  an individual affected with rheumatism


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