icterus, due to disintegration of the blood-corpuscles, is an ominous symptom.
icterus, symptomatic of the affection, has not been observed.
But, on the contrary, icterus has rarely been noted in scurvy.
A slight degree of icterus may be present in both acute and chronic cases.
icterus phœniceus (red-winged blackbird), Umbazookskus River.
Other species of icterus also frequent the vast cattle-herds of the South American plains.
icterus and a swollen abdomen—the rest was essentially normal.
We saw, in the neighbourhood, the beautiful yellow-headed icterus xanthocephalus.
icterus, ik′te-rus, n. the jaundice: a yellowish appearance in plants.
In May, groups of orchard orioles (icterus spurius) have been observed in coffee-trees, seemingly attracted by the blossoms.
1706, medical Latin, from Greek ikteros "jaundice," also the name of a yellowish bird the sight of which was supposed, by sympathetic magic, to cure jaundice. As a zoological genus, from 1713.
icterus ic·ter·us (ĭk'tər-əs)