- formic acid,
- formiminoglutamic acid,
Origin of formication
Examples from the Web for formication
Both diarrhœa and formication were also absent in a third case reported by Dr. Busscher in the same paper.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth
Formication and dilatation of the pupils are frequent symptoms.
The thighs begin to struggle, as if formication was going on in the muscles.The Delight Makers|Adolf Bandelier
Formication, radiating pains, and neuralgia are present in the area of distribution of the nerves implicated.
crawling sensation as of ants on the skin, 1707, from Latin formicationem, noun of action from formicare "to crawl like ants," from formica "ant" (see Formica (n.2)).