Pur"te*nance(?), n. [Abbrev. fr. appurtenance.] That which pertains or belongs to something; esp., the heard, liver, and lungs of an animal. [Obs.] " The purtenaunces of purgatory." Piers Plowman.
Roast [it] with fire, his head with his legs, and with the purtenance [Rev. Ver., inwards] thereof.Ex. xii. 9.
Pu"ru*len*cy(?), } n. [L. purulentia: cf. F. purulence.] (Med.) The quality or state of being purulent; the generation of pus; also, the pus itself. Arbuthnot.
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