rubeola

noun
ru·be·o·la | \ ˌrü-bē-ˈō-lə , rü-ˈbē-ə-lə \

Definition of rubeola 

First Known Use of rubeola

1771, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for rubeola

New Latin, from neuter plural of rubeolus reddish, from Latin rubeus

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rubeola

noun
ru·be·o·la | \ ˌrü-bē-ˈō-lə , rü-ˈbē-ə-lə \

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Other words from rubeola

rubeolar \-lər \ adjective

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