Ague ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Ague ( noun )

A fever characterized by chills, fever, and sweating, typically occurring in tropical regions and caused by malaria or another infectious disease.

Origin:

From the old english word "acwe" meaning shivering or chill.

Examples:

  1. The patient had a fever and chills, which the doctor diagnosed as an ague.
  2. The ague was caused by the malaria parasite.
  3. The symptoms of ague include fever, chills, and sweating.
  4. The ague was common in tropical regions where malaria was prevalent.
  5. The ague is a type of fever caused by an infectious disease.

(As a verb)

Ague ( verb )

A fever characterized by chills, fever, and sweating, typically occurring in tropical regions and caused by malaria or another infectious disease.

Origin:

From the old english word "acwe" meaning shivering or chill.

Examples:

  1. The patient had a fever and chills, which the doctor diagnosed as an ague.
  2. The ague was caused by the malaria parasite.
  3. The symptoms of ague include fever, chills, and sweating.
  4. The ague was common in tropical regions where malaria was prevalent.
  5. The ague is a type of fever caused by an infectious disease.
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