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ὕδρωψ , ωπος, , (ὕδωρ)
A.dropsy, Hp.Aph.3.22 (pl.), IG42(1).122.1, 123.33 (Epid., iv B. C.), Epicur.Fr.190, Sor.2.37, etc.; “. ξηρόςHp.Aph.4.11; he distinguishes two kinds, ὑποσαρκίδιος (v.l. ὑπὸ τῇ σαρκί) and μετ᾽ ἐμφυσημάτων, Acut.(Sp.52.
2., εἰς ἀμίδαdiabetes, Gal.7.81.
3. any watery discharge, e.g. discharge before parturition, Arist.HA587a6, Cleophant. ap. Sor.2.53; cf. “πρόφορος11.
II. a dropsical person, Hp.Int.47 (dub. 1.), Epid.2.5.13— in which sense Dsc. ap. Gal.19.148 read ὑδρώψ (oxyt.).
III. one of the four humours, aqueous humour, Hp.Morb.4.32, al.
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