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First published 1986 (DOST Vol. VI).

Podagra, n. (Late ME and mod. Eng. podagra (1398), -egra (1460), L. podagra, from the Gk., gout in the feet: cf. Podagre,n.) — 1535 Stewart 30258.
The podagra in baith his feit he tuke
c1552 Lynd. Mon. 4930. 1597 Skene in Anal. Scot. I 104.
Being stayit be my familiar enemy, podagra, quhervith I am as ȝit trublit

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