Rheum

Rheum

(rm), n. [OF. reume, rheume, F. rhume a cold,, L. rheuma rheum, from Gr. , fr. "rei^n to flow, akin to E. stream. See Stream, n., and cf. Hemorrhoids.] (Med.) A serous or mucous discharge, especially one from the eves or nose.
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I have a rheum in mine eyes too.
Shak.
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Salt rheum. (Med.) See Salt rheum, in the Vocabulary.
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