Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a disease of hoofed mammals > AFTOSAS.
|a tick-borne disease of cattle and sheep.
|a soft fleshy tumour in horses.
|of or relating to ANTHRAX.
|a disease of cattle, communicable to humans > ANTHRAXES or ANTHRACES.
|an animal disease caused by ASPERGILLI > ASPERGILLOSES.
|a parasite causing cattle fever.
|a cattle infection caused by the parasite BABESIA, aka REDWATER > BABESIASES , BABESIOSES.
|a cattle disease.
|a fatal disease of oysters > BONAMIASES.
|a hole in an animal's hide due to boring by a BOT.
|a cattle disease caused by botfly larvae.
|a disease of sheep causing fits.
|an undulant fever of cattle > BRUCELLOSES.
|a disease of pigs, aka swine snout disease.
|a surgical instrument used to castrate animals > BURDIZZOS.
|a cyst-like swelling on a horse's elbow, or on the back part of the hock.
|inflammation of the CLOACA in birds > CLOACITISES.
|a disease of cows.
|a sore on a horse's hind ankle-joint.
|of poultry, suffering from impaction of the crop.
|a contagious disease of horses.
|a disease affecting the animals of a district.
|a disease affecting many animals of one kind at the same time.
|a temporary but widespread outbreak of a particular disease among animals; an EPIZOOTIC disease.
|a horse disease, aka GLANDERS.
|afflicted with FARCY.
|chronic GLANDERS, a disease of horses.
|a bacterial disease of bee larvae.
|a virus disease of poultry.
|a tick-borne disease affecting the livers of cattle, sheep and goats.
|infested with GAPEWORMS > GAPIER, GAPIEST.
|an inflammation of the throat or udder in cows, swine, etc.
|affected by, or related to, GARGET.
|a sheep disease.
|affected with GLANDERS.
|a disease of horses. No GLANDER*.
|the state of being GOURDY.
|of a horse, swollen in the legs > GOURDIER, GOURDIEST.
|any of numerous diseases of insect larvae marked by minute granular inclusions in infected cells and caused by viruses > GRANULOSES.
|a compact mass of hair that forms in the stomach of cats, calves, etc., as a result of licking and swallowing the fur, and causes indigestion and convulsions.
|a fatal tick-borne viral disease of cattle, sheep and goats.
|of a horse, having dry contracted hooves, with resultant pain and lameness.
|footrot > HOOFROTS.
|a disease of cattle and sheep; (verb) (Spenser) to hover, loiter.
|having HOOVE, a disease of cattle and sheep.
|a skin disease of horses.
|inflammation of the laminated tissue structure to which the hoof of a horse is attached, aka FOUNDER > LAMINITISES.
|an inflammation and swelling of the soft parts of the roof of the mouth immediately behind the fore teeth in the horse > LAMPASES.
|= LAMPAS > LAMPASSES.
|= LAMPAS > LAMPERSES.
|to geld > LIBS, LIBBING, LIBBED.
|a disease of livestock, caused by ingestion of LOCOWEED.
|malander mallander mallender
|an eruption of the skin behind a horse's knee.
|an inflammation of the skin of animals caused by parasitic mites.
|scabby > MANGIER, MANGIEST; MANGILY.
|the state of being MANGY.
|mangy > MAUNGIER, MAUNGIEST.
|of cattle, constipated by impaction of the rumen.
|a disease of cattle and sheep, characterized by chronic diarrhoea and emaciation, caused by an excess of molybdenum in the diet > MOLYBDENOSES.
|a cattle disease of moorland districts, marked by haemoglobin in the urine.
|a doubtful verb, applied to some disease in a horse > MOSES, MOSING, MOSED.
|murrain murren murrin murrion
|a cattle disease
|affected with the MURRAIN, a cattle disease.
|myxomatosis > MYXOS.
|fatal contagious disease of rabbits > MYXOMATOSES.
|suffering from MYXOMATOSIS.
|a tropical disease of cattle transmitted by tsetse fly.
|a disease of young lambs caused by nematodirus larvae > NEMATODIRIASES.
|the act of spaying or castrating.
|a viral infection of sheep.
|a disease like PSITTACOSIS, infecting domestic fowl, transmissible to man > ORNITHOSES.
|a disease that affects all the animals in a given area.
|a destructive protozoan disease of silkworms.
|a parasite causing cattle fever, aka BABESIA.
|a parasite causing cattle fever, aka BABESIA > PIROPLASMATA.
|contagious parrot disease, causing fever and pneumonia in humans > PSITTACOSES.
|as in pullorum disease, an acute bacterial disease of very young birds.
|a fistulous sore on a horse's hoof.
|a fatal disease of newborn lambs.
|a cattle disease, aka BABESIASIS or BABESIOSIS.
|an infectious disease of ruminants, esp. oxen.
|a morbid growth or deposit of bony matter between or on the small pastern and the great pastern bones.
|a complication at lambing resulting from the failure of the cervix to open.
|an infectious disease of the respiratory passages of poultry; hoarseness; (verb) to sell by auction.
|having ROUP > ROUPIER, ROUPIEST; ROUPILY.
|an eruption on the hind leg of a horse. N.B. no SALLENDER*.
|a deep crack or fissure in the wall of a horse's hoof, often causing lameness.
|a usually fatal viral sheep disease.
|an ossification of the lateral cartilages of a horse's hoof.
|a lump in a horse's skin under the saddle.
|a tumour on a horse's leg.
|affected with SPAVIE.
|affected with SPAVIN.
|to remove the ovaries from (a female animal).
|a jerking lameness in which a horse suddenly twitches up its leg or legs.
|a place galled or excoriated by much using of the spur; (verb) to gall with the spur.
|a disease in horses, attended with giddiness: hence any bewildering distress.
|affected by STURDY, a disease of sheep.
|strongly built > STURDIER, STURDIEST; STURDILY; (noun) a disease of sheep.
|a trypanosome disease of the blood in horses. [Marathi sura, wheezing].
|an atrophy of the muscles of the shoulder in horses.
|a disease of swine.
|a swelling of horses' hocks.
|a disease of rodents caused by a bacterium, and transmissible to humans.
|relating to TULARAEMIA.
|relating to TULAREMIA.
|a disease of horses, a swelling of the submaxillary glands.
|a disease of sheep, aka GID.
|a fungal disease affecting the combs of certain fowls.
|a puffy swelling around a horse's joints.
|suffering from WINDGALL, a puffy swelling around a horse's joints.
|a horse that engages in wind-sucking, a harmful habit of horses in which the animal arches its neck and swallows a gulp of air.
|a lump in the skin of an animal's back.
|jaundice in horses.
|a disease of animals which can be transmitted to humans, such as rabies, etc > ZOONOSES.
|of or like a ZOONOSIS.