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  • -fuge — a word element referring to the expulsion of something specified, as in vermifuge. {Latin fugia, from fugāre put to flight} …   Australian English dictionary

  • febrifuge — /ˈfɛbrəfjudʒ/ (say februhfyoohj) adjective 1. serving to dispel or reduce fever, as a medicine; antifebrile. –noun 2. a febrifuge medicine or agent. 3. a cooling drink. {French, from Latin febrifugia, from febri febri + fugia fuge} …   Australian English dictionary

  • feverfew — /ˈfivəfju/ (say feevuhfyooh) noun a perennial plant, Chrysanthemum parthenium, bearing small white flowers, formerly used as a febrifuge. {Middle English fevyrfue, Old English feferfug(i)e, from Late Latin febrifugia kind of plant, from Latin… …   Australian English dictionary

  • feverfew — [fē′vər fyo͞o΄] n. [ME fevyrfue < OE feverfuge & Anglo Fr * fewerfue, both < LL febrifugia < L febris, FEVER + fugia < fugare, to drive away; akin to fugere, to flee: see FUGITIVE] a bushy plant (Chrysanthemum parthenium) of the… …   English World dictionary


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