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CLA201 Lesson 15 - Bioscientific Words and the History of Science.pdf

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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H5
Professor
Lisa Trentin
Semester
Summer

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Lesson 15 - Bioscientific Words and the History of Science May-20-13 12:05 PM Humor: "liquid" (modern word humid) - Blood, phlegm, yellow bile (or bile) and black bile - Sanguine: blood - melancholy(MELAN/CHOL/y):predominance of black bile - Choleric: yellow bile - Phlegmatic:phlegm (brain and lungs) Disaster: "ill-starred" - Jovial - merry disposition - Saturnine - "gloomyand serious" - Mercurial - "volatile" - Lunatic - "moonstruck" - Influenza - in Italian meant "influence"
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