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νούσημα

Ἐς δὲ τὰ ἔσχατα νουσήματα αἱ ἔσχαται θεραπεῖαι ἐς ἀκριβείην, κράτισται -> For extreme diseases, extreme methods of cure, as to restriction, are most suitable.
Corpus Hippocraticum, Aphorisms 1.6.2
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Full diacritics: νούσημα Medium diacritics: νούσημα Low diacritics: νούσημα Capitals: ΝΟΥΣΗΜΑ
Transliteration A: noúsēma Transliteration B: nousēma Transliteration C: noysima Beta Code: nou/shma

English (LSJ)

Ion. for νόσημα.

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Greek (Liddell-Scott)

νούσημα: Ἰων. ἀντὶ νόσημα.

Greek Monolingual

νούσημα, τὸ (Α)
ιων. τ. βλ. νόσημα.

Translations

Afrikaans: siekte; Albanian: sëmundje; Amharic: በሽታ; Arabic: مَرَض‎, دَاء‎, سُقْم‎; Armenian: հիվանդություն, ախտ; Assamese: বেমাৰ, ৰোগ; Asturian: enfermedá; Azerbaijani: xəstəlik; Bashkir: ауырыу; Basque: eritasun; Belarusian: хваро́ба; Bengali: অসুখ, রোগ, বিমার; Bikol Central: hilang; Breton: kleñved; Bulgarian: бо́лест, заболя́ване; Burmese: ရောဂါ; Catalan: malaltia; Cebuano: sakit; Cherokee: ᎥᏳᎩ; Chichonyi-Chidzihana-Chikauma: ukongo; Chinese Cantonese: 疾病, 病; Dungan: бин, бемар; Hakka: 病; Mandarin: 疾病, 病, 病症, 症; Min Dong: 病; Min Nan: 病; Wu: 疾病; Czech: nemoc, choroba; Danish: sygdom; Dutch: ziekte; Estonian: haigus, tõbi; Faroese: sjúka; Finnish: tauti, sairaus; French: maladie, mal; Galician: enfermidade, doenza; Georgian: ავადმყოფობა, დაავადება, სენი; German: Krankheit, Infektionskrankheit, Seuche; Gothic: 𐍃𐌰𐌿𐌷𐍄𐍃, 𐍃𐌹𐌿𐌺𐌴𐌹; Greek: ασθένεια, αρρώστια, νόσος, πάθηση; Ancient Greek: νόσος; Ionic: νοῦσος; Hawaiian: maʻi; Hebrew: מַחֲלָה‎; Hiligaynon: balatian; Hindi: रोग, व्याधि, बीमारी, मरज़; Hungarian: betegség, kór; Icelandic: sjúkdómur, sýki, mein; Ido: maladeso, morbo; Indonesian: penyakit; Irish: galar, aicíd; Isan: โรค; Italian: malattia, malanno, disturbo, morbo; Japanese: 病気, 疾病; Javanese: ꦥꦚꦏꦶꦠ꧀; Kannada: ರೋಗ; Kazakh: ауру, кесел; Khmer: ជំងឺ, រោគ; Konkani: रोग; Korean: 질병); Kurdish Central Kurdish: نەخۆشی‎; Northern Kurdish: nesaxî, nexweşî; Kyrgyz: оору; Lao: ພະຍາດ, ໂລກ; Latgalian: vaideiba, naveseleiba, lyga; Latin: morbus, aegror, infirmitas, languor; Latvian: slimība, liga; Lithuanian: liga, susirgimas; Macedonian: болест, заболување; Malay: penyakit; Malayalam: രോഗം, സുഖക്കേട്; Maltese: marda; Manchu: ᠨᡳᠮᡝᡴᡠ; Maori: tahumaero; Mongolian: өвчин; Navajo: ąąh dah hazʼą́, ąąh dah hoyoołʼaałii, tsʼííh niidóóh; Nepali: रोग, बिमारी; Ngazidja Comorian: uwaɗe 11 or 10a; Norwegian Bokmål: sykdom, sjukdom; Nynorsk: sjukdom; Occitan: malautiá; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: немощь; Old English: coþu, ādl, ælfsogoþa; Oriya: ରୋଗ; Pali: roga; Pashto: ناروغي‎; Persian: بیماری‎, ناخوشی‎, مرض‎; Pitjantjatjara: pika; Plautdietsch: Krankheit; Polish: choroba; Portuguese: doença; Punjabi: ਰੋਗ, ਬਿਮਾਰੀ; Romanian: boală, maladie; Russian: боле́знь, заболева́ние, неду́г, хворь, не́мочь, нездоро́вье, недомога́ние; Sanskrit: रोग, गद, व्याधि; Santali: ᱨᱳᱜ; Scottish Gaelic: trioblaid, galar, tinneas, euslaint; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: бо̏ле̄ст, оболење; Roman: bȍlēst, obolenje; Sinhalese: රෝග; Slovak: nemoc, choroba; Slovene: bolezen; Spanish: enfermedad, dolencia; Swahili: ugonjwa, maradhi; Swedish: sjukdom; Tagalog: sakit, balatian; Tajik: беморӣ, ‍мараз‍, нохуши; Tamil: நோய், வியாதி; Tatar: авыру; Telugu: వ్యాధి, రోగము, జబ్బు; Thai: โรค; Tibetan: ན་ཚ, སྙུང་གཞི; Tocharian B: teki; Turkish: hastalık, sayrılık; Turkmen: hassalyk, syrkawlyk, kesel; Ugaritic: 𐎎𐎗𐎕; Ukrainian: хворо́ба; Urdu: بیماری‎, مرض‎, روگ‎; Uyghur: كېسەللىك‎, كېسەل‎; Uzbek: xastalik, kasallik, kasal; Vietnamese: bệnh, căn bệnh; Volapük: maläd, näfätamaläd; Welsh: clefyd, afiechyd; White Hmong: mob; Yiddish: זאָך‎, קראַנקייט‎, חולאת‎, מחלה‎; Zhuang: bingh