Definition of Lyttas

1. lytta [n] - See also: lytta



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyttas

lytic
lytic complex
lytic cycle
lytic infection
lytic infections
lytic pathway
lytic phage
lytic phase
lytic virus
lytically
lyticase
lytico-bodig
lyting
lytta
lyttae
lyttas (current term)
lyuelode
lyvelod
lyves
lyxitol
lyxitols
lyxoflavin
lyxofuranose
lyxofuranoses
lyxopyranose
lyxopyranoses
lyxopyranoside
lyxopyranosides
lyxose
lyxoses

Literary usage of Lyttas

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1856)
"The emp. lyttas failed to act well. Ordered an emollient poultice over the blistered surface, and small doses of the prot. chlorid. ..."

2. North American Archives of Medical & Surgical Science edited by Eli Geddings (1835)
"Emp. lyttas, et mistura. 2. Vomiting has ceased; bowels open; a large quantity of mucus was mixed with the feces; pulse 108, soft and quick. ..."

3. The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal: Exhibiting a Concise View of the (1852)
"The spine to be rubbed with Tr. lyttas, and belladonna plaster to be afterwards applied to the stimulated part. At half-past 2 he sank into a sleep, ..."

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