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La grippe is a bronchitis or coryza with some fever and muscle-soreness.

Coryza frequently commences at or about the time of the pharyngitis.

One of these, allowed to melt gradually in the mouth, is said to alleviate the obstruction in the nose, in coryza.

A thin, watery discharge may be composed of serum, and it occurs in the earlier stages of coryza, or nasal catarrh.

Coryza, or nasal catarrh,—commonly called a cold in the head,—is not very common among cows.

Sometimes it contains shreds of false membrane, for example in nasal diphtheria; or white cheesy masses as in coryza cascosa.

Coryza and cough are the chief respiratory symptoms which attend these widespread epidemics.

You cultivate it at the risk of coryza over the newly-filled graves of dead friends.

The juice of the flowers is a popular remedy in India, for migraine and coryza.

Lastly, the series of epidemics from 1889 to 1893 effectually broke the association with coryza or catarrh.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from medical Latin, from Greek koryza "running at the nose."

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CORYZA

common cold

nouncommunicable disease
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