Zyme, zīm, n. a ferment: a disease-germ—the supposed specific cause of a zymotic disease.
Oh, auntie, 'zymotic' is a funny word for you to be so fond of.
Zyme, name of a germ presumed to be the cause of zymotic diseases.
They contend that different varieties of water possess different degrees of what they term the zymotic power.
As far as age is concerned, nearly all the zymotic diseases are seen most frequently in children.
The zymotic, and the various acute diseases, so called, are in point of fact acute remedies for chronic disease.
And he added, The district is a nest of zymotic diseases of the most contagious kind.
But this is now known to be not the true remedial process with respect to the zymotic germs.
These are the "zymotic diseases," or those depending upon some form of germ life.
Only in a few isolated cases has any contamination been traced to fever or other zymotic germs.