Syphilitic to Syzygy
(Syph`i*lit"ic) a. [Cf. F. syphilitique.] (Med.) Of or pertaining to syphilis; of the nature of
syphilis; affected with syphilis. n. A syphilitic patient.
(Syph`i*lit"ic*al*ly) adv. (Med.) In a syphilitic manner; with venereal disease.
(Syph`i*li*za"tion) n. (Med.) Inoculation with the syphilitic virus, especially when employed
as a preventive measure, like vaccination.
(Syph"i*lize) v. t. (Med.) To inoculate with syphilis.
(Syph"i*lo*derm) n. [See Syphilis, and Derm.] (Med.) A cutaneous affection due to
(Syph`i*lo*der"ma*tous) a. (Med.) Of or pertaining to the cutaneous manifestations
(Syph"i*loid) a. [Syphilis + -oid.] (Med.) Resembling syphilis.
(Syph`i*lol"o*gist) n. One skilled in syphilology.
(Syph`i*lol"o*gy) n. [Syphilis + -logy.] That branch of medicine which treats of syphilis.
(Sy"phon) n. See Syphon.
(Syr"a*cuse) n. A red wine of Italy.
(Sy"ren) n. See Siren. [R.]
(Syr"i*ac) a. [L. Syriacus, from Syria: cf. F. syriaque.] Of or pertaining to Syria, or its language; as,
the Syriac version of the Pentateuch. n. The language of Syria; especially, the ancient language of
(Syr"i*a*cism) n. A Syrian idiom; a Syrianism.
(Syr"i*an) a. [L. Syrius: cf. F. Syrien.] Of or pertaining to Syria; Syriac. n. A native of Syria.
(Syr"i*an*ism) n. A Syrian idiom, or a peculiarity of the Syrian language; a Syriacism. Paley.
(Syr"i*asm) n. A Syrian idiom; a Syrianism; a Syriacism. M. Stuart.
The Scripture Greek is observed to be full of Syriasms and Hebraisms.Bp. Warburton.
(Sy*rin"ga) n. [NL., fr. Gr. a shepherd's pipe, tube. Cf. Syringe.] (Bot.) (a) A genus of
plants; the lilac. (b) The mock orange; popularly so called because its stems were formerly used as
Garden syringe. See Garden.
(Syr"inge) n. [F. seringue (cf. Pr. siringua, Sp. jeringa, It. sciringa, scilinga), fg. Gr. a
pipe or tube; cf. Skr. svar to sound, and E. swarum. Cf. Syringa.] A kind of small hand-pump for
throwing a stream of liquid, or for purposes of aspiration. It consists of a small cylindrical barrel and
piston, or a bulb of soft elastic material, with or without valves, and with a nozzle which is sometimes
at the end of a flexible tube; used for injecting animal bodies, cleansing wounds, etc.
(Syr"inge), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Syringed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Syringing ]
1. To inject by means of a syringe; as, to syringe warm water into a vein.