stigmata


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stig·ma·ta

(stig'mă-tă), Avoid the mispronunciation stigma'ta.
Alternative plural of stigma.
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stigmata

(stĭg-mä′tə, -măt′ə, stĭg′mə-)
n.
A plural of stigma.
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stigmata

(stĭg′mă-tă)
Cutaneous evidence of systemic illness.
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An invisible stigmata is more painful, according to doctors.
It is only later, as Clare becomes more and more emaciated, suffering the wounds of the stigmata, almost delirious, that Archie decides he must go against her wishes and seek the help of doctors.
The monk, wearing a luminous halo, is engaged in a commonplace interaction with an odd collection of birds, humble creatures that nonetheless seem to appreciate the mysterious circumstance: the miracle of the stigmata (the marks, according to religious tradition, of Christ's suffering).
Modern surveys of the history of the stigmata usually use St.