Found 3 items, similar to Itch.
English → Indonesian
gatal, nafsu, penyakit gatal, penyakit kudis
English → English
n 1: a contagious skin infection caused by the itch mite;
characterized by persistent itching and skin irritation;
“he has a bad case of the itch”
2: a strong restless desire; “why this urge to travel?”
3: an irritating cutaneous sensation that produces a desire to
scratch [syn: itchiness
v 1: scrape or rub as if to relieve itching; “Don't scratch your
2: have or perceive an itch; “I'm itching--the air is so dry!”
3: have a strong desire or urge to do something; “She is
itching to start the project”
; “He is spoiling for a
English → English
([i^]ch), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Itched
pr. & vb. n. Itching
.] [OE. icchen, [yogh]icchen, AS.
giccan; akin to D. jeuken, joken, G. jucken, OHG. jucchen.]
1. To have an uneasy sensation in the skin, which inclines
the person to scratch the part affected.
My mouth hath itched all this long day. --Chaucer.
2. To have a constant desire or teasing uneasiness; to long
for; as, itching ears. “An itching palm.”
1. (Med.) An eruption of small, isolated, acuminated
vesicles, produced by the entrance of a parasitic mite
(the Sarcoptes scabei
), and attended with itching. It is
transmissible by contact.
2. Any itching eruption.
3. A sensation in the skin occasioned (or resembling that
occasioned) by the itch eruption; -- called also
4. A constant irritating desire.
An itch of being thought a divine king. --Dryden.
. See under Baker
, an eczema of the hands attended with
much itching, occurring among bricklayers.
, an itching eruption, being a variety of
eczema, produced by the sugar mite (Tyrogluphus sacchari
(Zo["o]l.), a small parasitic mite (Sarcoptes scabei
) which burrows and breeds beneath the human skin,
thus causing the disease known as the itch. See Illust. in
. (Zo["o]l.) Same as Itch insect
, above. Also,
other similar mites affecting the lower animals, as the
horse and ox.
Sugar baker's itch
, a variety of eczema, due to the action
of sugar upon the skin.
, eczema of the hands and arms, occurring