noun, plural stru·mae [stroo-mee] /ˈstru mi/.
Origin of struma
Definition for struma (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for struma
She was one of those beautiful white-and-pink creatures who are rotten with struma.The Man from Archangel|A. Conan Doyle
Now he was back on the Struma; and perhaps next time Captain Meredith got news there would be another gap in that little staff.
Laurentius reports that Francis I, when a prisoner in Spain, cured a great number of people of struma (scrofula).Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing|George Barton Cutten
They therefore have no significance as far as struma is concerned.
There was a lull on the Struma, he said, his tired, refined voice concealing the irony.