Jaundice ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jaundice ( noun )

  1. A medical condition characterized by yellowing of the skin, whites of the eyes, and mucous membranes caused by a build-up of bilirubin in the blood.
  2. A yellowing or discoloration of the skin and eyes caused by liver or gallbladder disease.

Origin:

The word jaundice comes from the old french word "jaunisse" which means "yellow" and it was first used in english in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. He was diagnosed with jaundice and had to stay in the hospital for a few days.
  2. The baby was born with jaundice and had to be treated with phototherapy.
  3. The yellowing of his skin was a symptom of jaundice.
  4. Jaundice can be caused by a number of different liver diseases.
  5. The yellow coloration of her eyes was a clear sign of jaundice.

(As a verb)

Jaundice ( verb )

  1. A medical condition characterized by yellowing of the skin, whites of the eyes, and mucous membranes caused by a build-up of bilirubin in the blood.
  2. A yellowing or discoloration of the skin and eyes caused by liver or gallbladder disease.

Origin:

The word jaundice comes from the old french word "jaunisse" which means "yellow" and it was first used in english in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. He was diagnosed with jaundice and had to stay in the hospital for a few days.
  2. The baby was born with jaundice and had to be treated with phototherapy.
  3. The yellowing of his skin was a symptom of jaundice.
  4. Jaundice can be caused by a number of different liver diseases.
  5. The yellow coloration of her eyes was a clear sign of jaundice.
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