Origin of scarlatina
OTHER WORDS FROM scarlatinascar·la·ti·nal, scar·la·ti·nous [skahr-luh-tee-nuhs, skahr-lat-n-uhs], /ˌskɑr ləˈti nəs, skɑrˈlæt n əs/, adjective
Words nearby scarlatina
How to use scarlatina in a sentence
Scarlatina or scarlet fever first appeared in North America in Massachusetts in 1735.
Atresia etiam consequitur vulnera et inflammationes morborum, ut diphtheritis et scarlatina.
I had a nodding acquaintance with His Grace, whom I had once attended for scarlatina when he was a midshipman.
Frequently the development of scrofula has been observed to succeed measles, diphtheria, scarlatina or whooping-cough.
In an hour or so the village doctor was there, and he expressed an opinion that the girl's ailment was certainly scarlatina.The Small House at Allington|Anthony Trollope