Origin of gumma
OTHER WORDS FROM gummagum·ma·tous, adjective
Words nearby gumma
How to use gumma in a sentence
There was the secret ploughing society of the young men of a village in Gumma prefecture.
He was introduced as a rural religionist from Gumma prefecture set on reforming his countrymen.
An isolated gumma forms a firm elastic swelling, shading off into the surroundings.
If a periosteal gumma breaks down and invades the skin, a syphilitic ulcer is formed with carious bone at the bottom.
The disease is liable to be mistaken for central tumour, gumma, tuberculosis, or abscess of bone.