- fetor ex ore,
- fetor hepaticus,
Origin of fetor
Examples from the Web for fetor
In gangrenous or foul ulcers; to correct the fetor of the discharge, and to hasten the sloughing.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Lemna minor where the crusts and the muco-purulent discharge are very abundant with fetor (in rhinitis atrophics).
Do they, as many saints have done, smell the fetor of sin, the foul reek of evil in the souls that pass by them?The Cathedral|Joris-Karl Huysmans
Fetor of the breath, the perspiration and the skin are likewise noticeable.Gilbertus Anglicus|Henry Ebenezer Handerson
Liquor gurgled down; the smell of whisky added its fetor to the stench of oil, bilge, sweat and blood.Cursed|George Allan England
Word Origin for fetor
"offensive smell," mid-15c., from Latin fetor, foetor, from fetere (see fetid).