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bubonic

 [bu-bon´ik]
characterized by or pertaining to buboes; see plague.

bu·bon·ic

(bū-bon'ik),
Relating in any way to a bubo.

bu·bon·ic

(bū-bon'ik)
Relating in any way to a bubo.

bu·bon·ic

(bū-bon'ik)
Relating in any way to a bubo.

bubonic

characterized by or pertaining to buboes.

bubonic plague
a highly contagious and severe disease caused by the bacillus Yersinia pestis carried in infected rats and transmitted to humans by fleas. See also plague.
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