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كَيْمُوسٌ

[Chyme; from the Greek χυμός;] a term applied by the physicians to the food when it is digested in the stomach before it departs thence and becomes blood; also called كَيْلُوسٌ: (L, TA:) [but the latter word more properly signifies “ chyle, ” and in this sense is used by modern physicians:] a certain mixture or humour (خِلْطٌ): a Syriac word: (Ḳ:) [or Greek, as mentioned above:] Az says, that كَيْمُوسَاتٌ, as used by the physicians, signifies the four humours; and is not Arabic, but ancient Greek. (TA.)

كَيْمُوسِيَّةٌ

Want, or requirement, of food, or nourishment. Occurring in a trad. of Kuss, where it is said to be not an attribute of God. (ISd, TA.)