sudamen

noun
su·​da·​men | \ süˈdāmən\
plural sudamina\ -​damənə \

Definition of sudamen

: a transient eruption of minute translucent vesicles caused by retention of sweat in the sweat glands and in the corneous layer of the skin and occurring after profuse perspiration

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History and Etymology for sudamen

New Latin sudamin-, sudamen, from Latin sudare to sweat

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