Suyu, nemi olmayan, yaş ve nemli karşıtı
Yanakları kuruydu, fakat gözleri tamamıyla siyah yaştı. H. E. Adıvar
Yağış almayan veya üzerinde bitki olmayan.
Daha sonra kullanılmak için kurutulmuş, taze ve yeşil karşıtı
Canlılığını yitirmiş (bitki)
Zayıf, çelimsiz, arık, sıska, kaknem
Katıksız, yanında başka şey olmayan (yiyecek).
100 kurus equal 1 lira a progressive disease of the central nervous system marked by increasing lack of coordination and advancing to paralysis and death within a year of the appearance of symptoms; thought to have been transmitted by cannibalistic consumption of diseased brain tissue since the disease virtually disappeared when cannibalism was abandoned.
Disease found in the Fore tribe in New Guinea, and due to the eating of human infected tissue by members of a tribe In general the women ate brain tissue rather than the men and so it was the women and children that died relatively rapidly of the disease.
TSE found only in the Fore tribe in New Guinea most likely related to ritualistic cannabalism carried out amoung members of the tribe Transmissibility of the disease has been established through the work of Gadjusek.
Human transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, found in the Fore people in New Guinea New cases are now extremely rare, after being at a high frequency just a few decades ago.
Noted legendary hero of India, the contests of whose descendants form the subject of two Indian epics.
Spongiform encephalopathy found in the Fore people of Papua New Guinea and linked to ritualistic cannibalism prior to the 1950's.
Human TSE once found in New Guinea, transmitted when people handled and ate the brains of dead relatives.
İs a prion disease that is virtually extinct It was originally described in members of a tribe of the New Guinea known to practice endocannibalism The epidemics probably originated from the consumption of contaminated meat from a member of the tribe affected by sporadic CJD Clinical and pathologically, Kuru is fairly different from nvCJD , Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1998, Vol 4, pp 39-77.
Kurukuru A straight type of greenstone pendant - - See 'F' in Figure 62, in the page under the heading Types - click on Types in the top panel.
Progressive, fatal brain disease, spread by cannibalism, confined to the Papua New Guinea Eastern Highlands and there almost exclusively to the Fore people The word means 'trembling' and 'fear' in Fore.
Progressive disease of the central nervous system marked by increasing lack of coordination and advancing to paralysis and death within a year of the appearance of symptoms; thought to have been transmitted by cannibalistic consumption of diseased brain tissue since the disease virtually disappeared when cannibalism was abandoned.