Origin of salivation
Examples from the Web for salivation
Then . . . with the political class at the point of salivation . . . nothing happened.Don't Do It, Chris!
September 30, 2011
Salivation is present, the gums are sore, at times lacerated.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection
Alexander Wynter Blyth
Salivation is insufficient, the patellar reflex intermittent.Ulysses
Sucking chlorate of potash has been recommended to check the salivation.Memoranda on Poisons
Thomas Hawkes Tanner
Salivation is set up by the inflammation of the mouth and pharynx.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle
U.S. Department of Agriculture
It excites no salivation, and leaves behind it no unpleasant, stale odor.The Lands of the Saracen
Word Origin and History for salivation
1590s, from French salivation or directly from Latin salivationem (nominative salivatio), noun of action from past participle stem of salivare (see salivate).
- The act or process of secreting saliva.