bilma -bi'a- gismu

x1 is ill/sick/diseased with symptoms x2 from disease x3.

See also kanro, mikce, spita, senci, kafke, binra.


In definition:

banbumusu
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “bms” (Bilma Kanuri).

In notes:

binra
x1 insures/indemnifies x2 (person) against peril x3 (event) providing benefit(s) x4 (event).
jinku
x1 is a vaccine/immune-system stimulant protecting x2 against disease x3 introduced by method x4.
kafke
x1 coughs/farts/burps up/out x2 [predominantly gaseous] from orifice x3.
kanro
x1 is healthy/fit/well/in good health by standard x2.
kenra
x1 is a cancer [malignant disease] in x2.
mikce
x1 doctors/treats/nurses/[cures]/is physician/midwife to x2 for ailment x3 by treatment/cure x4.
senci
x1 sneezes (intransitive verb).
spita
x1 is a hospital treating patient(s) x2 for condition/injuries/disease/illness x3.
bi'arlitki
l1 is pus of composition l2 from disease b3.
bi'armenske
s1 (mass of facts) is the psychiatry of subject matter s2 based on methodolgy s3.
glabi'a
b1=g1 is feverish/has a fever, from disease b3, by standard g2
micyske
x1 is medicine/medical science/medical treatment to x2 for ailmentx3 by treatment/cure x4.
selbi'a
x2=b1 is ill/sick/diseased with symptoms x1=b2 from disease x3=b3.
terbi'a
x3=b1 is ill/sick/diseased with symptoms x2=b2 from disease x1=b3.
ambulance
x1 is an ambulance/emergency vehicle transferring x2 (that are ill)
inflamati
x1 is an inflammation of type/characterised by x2; x1 is a medical condition of a part of the body, consisting in congestion of the blood vessels, with obstruction of the blood current, and growth of morbid tissue