anbury definition

  • noun:
    • A wen or spongy wart regarding the legs or flanks of a horse.
    • A soft tumefaction or bloody wart on ponies or oxen.
    • an ailment regarding the roots of turnips, etc.; -- labeled as also hands and toes.
    • A swelling, full of blood and smooth to touch, distinct to ponies and cattle. Club-root, a kind of gall or excrescence in a few plants associated with the all-natural order Cruciferæ, and chiefly in turnip, generated by a puncture created by the ovipositor of an insect when it comes to deposition of the eggs.
    • A wen or spongy wart from the feet or flanks of a horse.
    • A soft tumor or bloody wart on ponies or oxen.
    • an illness of roots of turnips, etc.; -- labeled as also hands and toes.
    • A swelling, full of bloodstream and soft to touch, strange to horses and cattle. Club-root, sort of gall or excrescence in some plants for the natural purchase Cruciferæ, and mainly inside turnip, generated by a puncture made by the ovipositor of an insect for deposition of its eggs.

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