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cough

 [kof]
1. a sudden noisy expulsion of air from the lungs; called also tussis.
2. to produce such an expulsion of air.
dry cough cough without expectoration.
productive cough cough attended with expectoration of material from the bronchi.
reflex cough a cough due to the irritation of some remote organ.
wet cough productive cough.
whooping cough see whooping cough.

tus·sis

(tŭs'is),
A cough.
[L.]

tussis

/tus·sis/ (tus´is) [L.] cough.tus´saltus´sive

tussis

(tŭs′ĭs)
n. pl. tus·ses (-sēz)
A cough.

tus′sal, tus·sive adj.

tussis

[tus′is]
Etymology: L, tussis, cough
a cough or pertussis.

tus·sis

(tŭs'is)
A cough.
[L.]

tussis

[L.] cough.