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αἱμό-ρροος , ον, contr. αἱμό-ρρους , ουν,
A.flowing with blood, “τρώματαHp.Art.69; αἱ. φλέβες veins so large as to cause a haemorrhage if wounded, Id.Fract. 11, ubiv.Gal.
2. suffering from haemorrhoids, Hp.Epid.4.7.
II. as Subst., a serpent, whose bite makes blood flow from all parts of the body, Philum.Ven.21, Nic.Th.282; cf. “αἱμορροΐς111.
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    • Hippocrates, De articulis, 69
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