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bubonic

[ byoo-bon-ik, boo- ]
/ byuˈbɒn ɪk, bu- /
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adjective Pathology.
of or relating to a bubo.
accompanied by or affected with buboes.
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Origin of bubonic

1870–75; <Late Latin būbōn- (stem of būbō) bubo + -ic
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Medical definitions for bubonic

bubonic
[ bōō-bŏnĭk ]

adj.
Of or relating to a bubo.
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