noun, plural as·car·i·des [a-skar-i-deez] /æˈskær ɪˌdiz/.
Origin of ascaris
Examples from the Web for ascarides
The symptoms are those of ascarides, but I could not persuade him to take medicine therefor.The Funny Side of Physic|A. D. Crabtre
In ascarides, especially when occurring in childhood; the quantity used being proportionately lessened.
As stated in my paper, the whole intestinal tract of the dead bird was crowded with these ascarides.Parasites|T. Spencer Cobbold
In ascarides, gonorrha, and some affections of the lower bowels and bladder, when the stomach rejects the balsam.
A little later in life children are liable to ascarides or seat worms, called by some “pin worms.”Plain Talks on Avoided Subjects|Henry Newell Guernsey