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First published 1986 (DOST Vol. VI).
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Podagre, n. [ME (14th c.) and e.m.E. podagre, ME poudagre (c 1290), etc., OF podagre: cf. Podagra,n.] Gout in the feet. — 1456 Hay II 142/7.
Hable till all maladies … bathe till perlesyis, mysalries, podagris, cankeris [etc.]
1533 Boece 342.
Soluath … be vehement cald … incurrit the podagre and maladye of the gutt in his fete

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