Pox

[drink] Pox is a liquor commonly used for ceremonial purposes among the Mayans of Mexico and Central America. It is made of sugarcane and is known in Spanish as aguardiente (Maffi 1996). The word pox in Tzotzil means "medicine, cane liquor, cure." Pox was commonly used in religious ceremonies and festivals in San Juan Chamula, Chiapas, but
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pox

[n] - a contagious disease characterized by purulent skin eruptions that may leave pock marks
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Pox

Usually syphilis
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Pox

Pox noun [ For pocks , Middle English pokkes . See Pock . It is plural in form but is used as a singular.] (Medicine) Strictly, a disease by pustules or eruptions of any kind, but chiefly or wholly restricted to three or four diseases, -- the smallpox, the chicken pox, and th
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Pox

Pox transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Poxed ; present participle & verbal noun Poxing .] To infect with the pox, or syphilis.
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pox

<medicine> Strictly, a disease by pustules or eruptions of any kind, but chiefly or wholly restricted to three or four diseases, the smallpox, the chicken pox, and the vaccine and the venereal diseases. ... Pox, when used without an epithet, as in imprecations, formerly signified smallpox; but it now signifies syphilis. ... Origin: For pocks,
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pox

noun a contagious disease characterized by purulent skin eruptions that may leave pock marks
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pox

(poks) any eruptive or pustular disease, especially one caused by a virus, such as chickenpox, cowpox, or smallpox.
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Pox

• (v. t.) To infect with the pox, or syphilis. • (n.) Strictly, a disease by pustules or eruptions of any kind, but chiefly or wholly restricted to three or four diseases, -- the smallpox, the chicken pox, and the vaccine and the venereal diseases.
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Pox

Pox is slang for venereal disease.
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Pox

Pox is slang for venereal disease.
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Pox

A pox is a disease characterised by the formation of pustules on the skin that often leave pockmarks when healed, for example chicken pox.
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pox

Type: Term Pronunciation: poks Definitions: 1. An eruptive disease, usually qualified by a descriptive prefix; smallpox, cowpox, chickenpox. See the specific term. 2. Archaic or colloquial term for syphilis.
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