10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UVEOUS»
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^}>aIotDCSt, (in AnatT) the vitreous or glassy Humour of the Eye, contain'd
between the Net-like and the Uveous Tunicle. ^pbettWgtem, fin old Latin Records
) the Season For lowing Winter-Corn, or Wheat and Rye, between Michaelmas
Edward Phillips, John Kersey, 1720
The Christian Philosopher
The uveous Coat or Iris of the Eye has a musculous Power, and can contract or
dilate the Pupil; the former is to preserve the Eye 20 from Injury, by too lucid an
Object that may be too near to it; the latter is to apprehend a remoter Object, or
Cotton Mather, Winton U. Solberg, 2000
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SrUn c B°^,J C°mm0n t0 Person* troubled Eye lids °P' ° an inCrease °f Fat about
the •hSSSte ^/aqueous or watery Humour of Coat betWCen the hor"y and uveous
h3J£8& CSaX-i a Ransom Paid to &ve one's £^»L; *" * * « beaten: also the ...
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... Bladders in the Liver, Spleen, or other Bowel, common to Persons troubled
with the Dropsie; also an encrease of Fat about the Eye-lids. ^#)sttott>C0, the
aqueous or watery Humour of the Eye, contain'd between the horny and uveous
Dizionario Italiano, Ed Inglese Di Giuseppe Baretti: 2
Uttermost (most remote) eslrc< mamente remoto , il più remotamente distante.
UVEOUS, adj. Ex. The uveous coat, or isis of the eye' , has a musculous power,
and can dilate and contract that round hole in it, called the pupil, la tunica uvea.
Dictionary of Human Biology:
Uvea- prüf, uveal, uveous. uve al adj. relating to the uvea, uveal, uveous. UV-
empfindlich adj. sensitive to ultraviolet rays, uvio- sensitive. Uveo- prüf, uveal,
uveous. UV-Lampe/ultraviolet lamp. UV-Licht nt ultraviolet, ultraviolet light.
Epea pteroenta or the diversions of Purley. 2. ed
House ~ Domestic. Kitchen - - Culinary. field - Agrestic, Agrarian. Wall - Mural.
Hinge - Cardinal. Country - - Rural, Rustic Town - Oppidan. Cirape - - Uveous.
Glass - Vitreous. Seed - Seminal. Root - Radical. Money ?□ - Pecuniary. Egg -
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The uveous coat or iris of the eye hasa mus-r enlous power,,and cancontract or
dilate the pupil ;' the former is to preserve the eye from injury, by too lucid an
object that may be too near it ;' the latter is tolapprehend a remoter object, ...
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... Our/Mr] a Disease in the Eye, caused by the clotting otsi Phlegm between the
uveous Coat and the crystalline Humour; also, the Disease cured by the Needle.
CATAR'RH [Catberm F. Calarrlms, L. of x-rrap'p'm, of na aþpm, to flow down, Gn]
A Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages: Abridged ...
Uveous, A. Lo que pertenece a la uvea Uvula, а. U vula, campanilla, gallillo.
Uxorious, «. Gurrumino. Uxoriously, ad. Con gurrumina. Uxoriousness, «.
Gurrumina; sumisión Indebida à la mujer propia. V. V consonante se pronuncia
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Mariano Velázquez de la Cadena, 1864