identical to Bunyon
- an agonizing swelling of the bursa associated with the very first joint regarding the big toe
- just like Bunyon.
- An enlargement and irritation of a little membranous sac (one of the bursae muscosae), often happening regarding the very first joint of the truly amazing toe.
A localized, painful inflammation on root of the huge toe as a result of new bone formation. The affected toe is usually curved outward. Bunions are often related to swelling regarding the nearby bursa (bursitis) and degenerative osteo-arthritis (osteoarthritis). Bunions most often impact females, especially those who put on tight-fitting shoes and high heels. Treatment includes sleep, a change in shoes, base supports, medications, or surgery.
1718, apparently from East Anglian dialectic bunny "lump, inflammation" (16c.), which is most likely from center French buigne "bump on head, inflammation from a blow" (see bun).
(n.) Same as Bunyon.
- (n.) An enlargement and inflammation of a small membranous sac (one of several bursae muscosae), often happening regarding first joint of the great toe.