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An obsolete name for syphilis dating back to a time when that disease was believed to be have originated in a Latin country . Lues was also known as Morbus-Gallicus , Morbus-Indicus , Morbus-Neapolitanus . The word syphilis first appeared in 1530 in a poem by Girolamo Fracastoro Syphilis sive Morbus-Gallicus . See syphilis for synonyms.
See Also: Morbus Indicus, Morbus Neapolitanus, Morbus Gallicus, Morbus Hispanics, GHM, bean-eater, beaner, Chile Bean, Chili-eater,
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