Definition for SID-ER-A'TION

SID-ER-A'TION, n. [L. sideratio; sidero, to blast, from sidus, a star.]

A blasting or blast in plants; a sudden deprivation of sense; an apoplexy; a slight erysipelas. [Not used.] – Ray. Coxe. A sphacolus, or a species of erysipelas, vulgarly called a blast. – Parr.

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