Aeger

(Latin) sick, can be used to refer to either physical or mental illnesses.
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aeger

aeger Sick. A noun that means 'an invalid'; as an adjective, it means 'sick'. In British universities, aeger is the traditional term used on students' medical excuses for failing to appear for an examination, and a medical excuse itself may also be called an aeger.
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Aeger

Aeger is a genus of fossil prawns. They first occur in the Middle Triassic, and died out at the end of the Late Cretaceous. A total of 20 species are known. ...
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