- deng xiaoping,
- dengue fever,
- dengue virus,
- denham, sir john,
Origin of dengue
Examples from the Web for dengue
Vosshall compares mosquito research, and research on malaria and dengue fever that they carry, to research on HIV/AIDS.Mosquitoes Love Some People More and Science Wants to Know Why|Josh Dzieza|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Eight of the students had to be evacuated out of the country when they contracted diseases such as dengue fever and malaria.
More than one dengue infection appears to increase the risk of DHF.
Another mosquito-borne infection, dengue is found primarily in urban and rural tropical and subtropical regions.
DHF is a potentially fatal complication of dengue that was first recognized about 60 years ago.
Dr. Dengue has been seen driving through the streets like a madman, in his haste to get to me.Pencil Sketches|Eliza Leslie
In the same year a considerable number of cases of dengue were observed in New Orleans.
Dengue fever germs will develop in the mosquito called Culex and in Anopheles.Manual of Military Training|James A. Moss
After a while I heard that he was looking bad, yellow as a lemon and the dengue cracking at his bones.Caybigan|James Hopper
They warned me about dengue fever; they extolled the virtues of the Fijian maidens, and exaggerated the vices of the Fijian men.The Pacific Triangle|Sydney Greenbie
Word Origin for dengue
1828, from West Indian Spanish dengue, from an African source, perhaps Swahili dinga "seizure, cramp," form influenced by Spanish dengue "prudery" (perhaps because sufferers walk stiffly and erect due to painful joints). The disease is African, introduced to the West Indies 1827.