frambesia

or fram·boe·sia

[ fram-bee-zhuh ]
/ fræmˈbi ʒə /

noun Pathology.

Origin of frambesia

1760–70; < New Latin, Latinization of French framboise. See framboise
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British Dictionary definitions for framboesia

framboesia

US frambesia

/ (fræmˈbiːzɪə) /

noun

pathol another name for yaws

Word Origin for framboesia

C19: from New Latin, from French framboise raspberry; see framboise; so called because of its raspberry-like excrescences
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Medicine definitions for framboesia

frambesia
[ frăm-bēzhə, -zhē-ə ]

n.

yaws
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