Valetudinarianism vs Morbidity - What's the difference?

valetudinarianism | morbidity |

Valetudinarianism is a see also of morbidity.


As nouns the difference between valetudinarianism and morbidity

is that valetudinarianism is the condition of a valetudinarian; a state of feeble health; infirmity while morbidity is the quality of being unhealthful, morbid.

valetudinarianism

English

Noun

(-)
  • The condition of a valetudinarian; a state of feeble health; infirmity.
  • References

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    morbidity

    English

    Noun

  • The quality of being unhealthful, morbid, sometimes including the cause.
  • (medicine) The incidence of a disease, as a rate of a population which is affected.
  • (medicine, countable) An occurrence of illness or disease, or a single symptom of that illness.
  • (medicine, countable) Adverse effects caused by a medical treatment such as surgery.
  • Synonyms

    * morbidness * unwholesomeness

    Derived terms

    * (l)

    See also

    * soreness * valetudinarianism