[ poh-dag-ruh, pod-uh-gruh ]
/ poʊˈdæg rə, ˈpɒd ə grə /
gouty inflammation of the great toe.
Origin of podagra
1250–1300; Middle English < Latin < Greek podágra literally, foot-trap, equivalent to pod- pod- + ágra a catching, seizure
Related formspo·dag·ral, po·dag·ric, po·dag·rous, adjective
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Examples from the Web for podagra
His podagra hath become a chiragra, as honest Martial hath it—the gout has got into his fingers, and he cannot draw his purse.The Abbot|Sir Walter Scott
He had the podagra, (or gout), and ought not to have ventured forth; but zeal would not let him rest.
British Dictionary definitions for podagra
/ (pəˈdæɡrə) /
gout of the foot or big toe
Derived Formspodagral, podagric, podagrical or podagrous, adjective
Word Origin for podagra
C15: via Latin from Greek, from pous foot + agra a trap
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Medicine definitions for podagra
[ pə-dăg′rə ]
Gout, especially of the big toe.
Related formspo•dag′ral null adj.
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