Definition of Paludal

1. a. Of or pertaining to marshes or fens; marshy.



Definition of Paludal

1. Adjective. pertaining to marshes, marshy, palustral, especially designating a plant's habitat ¹

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Definition of Paludal

1. pertaining to a marsh [adj] - See also: marsh

Medical Definition of Paludal

1. An obsolete term for malarial. Origin: L. Palus, marsh (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paludal

paltered
palterer
palterers
paltering
palterly
palters
paltock
paltocks
paltok
paltrier
paltriest
paltrily
paltriness
paltrinesses
paltry
paludal (current term)
paludal fever
paludes
paludic
paludicolae
paludicole
paludicolous
paludina
paludinae
paludinal
paludine
paludinous
paludism
paludisms
paludose

Literary usage of Paludal

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1. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"1 Effect nf a paludal atmosphere on the duration of life.—Nor is it to be forgotten that, for the above reason, a paludal atmosphere has the effect of ..."

2. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1884)
"In studying the pathogenesis of paludal ischaemia it is not difficult to recognize ... In a paper on paludal neuralgia, Verneuil has said that three causal ..."

3. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1878)
"That, now-a-days, that fever be called paludal fever, is not strange, as its symptoms are very nearly those that belong to that disorder, but to conclude, ..."

4. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"1 Effect of a paludal atmosphere on the duration of life.—"Nor is it to be forgotten that, for the above reason, a paludal atmosphere has the effect of ..."

5. Elements of therapeutics and practice according to the dosimetric system by A. J. d' Oliveira Castro (1888)
"Sedlitz Chanteau Infection, paludal.—There is no doubt but that miasmatic intoxication results from the presence in the organism of a poison which is ..."

6. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1851)
"He finds hysteria a frequent occurrence ш a population inhabiting a paludal locality, and in such case the above ointments are very advantageously applied ..."

7. The Theory and practice of medicine by Frederick Thomas Roberts (1884)
"MALARIAL OR paludal FEVERS. I. MALARIA OR MARSH-MIASM. There are certain affections which have been almost universally recognized as being the result of the ..."

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