Tabid

Tab'id adjective [ Latin tabidus : confer French tabide . See Tabes .] (Medicine) Affected by tabes; tabetic. « In tabid persons, milk is the bset restorative.» Arbuthnot. -- Tab'id*ly , adverb -- Tab'id*n...
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tabid

<medicine> Affected by tabes; tabetic. 'In tabid persons, milk is the bset restorative.' (Arbuthnot) Tab'idly, Tab'idness. ... Origin: L. Tabidus: cf. F. Tabide. See Tabes. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Tabid

• (a.) Affected by tabes; tabetic.
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tabid

tabetic, tabic, tabid A reference to or descriptive of being affected with tabes.
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tabid

Type: Term Pronunciation: tab′id Synonyms: tabetic
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