rhinorrhea

or rhi·nor·rhoe·a

[rahy-nuh-ree-uh]

Origin of rhinorrhea

From New Latin, dating back to 1865–70; see origin at rhino-, -rrhea
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Word Origin and History for rhinorrhoea

rhinorrhea

n.

1866, from rhino- "nose" + rhoia "flow" (see rheum).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

rhinorrhoea in Medicine

rhinorrhea

[rī′nə-rēə]
n.
  1. A discharge from the nasal mucous membrane, especially if excessive.
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