en hematocele (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en swelling (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en symptom (n, medicine) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en edema (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en lymphogranuloma (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en intumescence (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en tumidity (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en swelling (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en enlargement (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en bloat (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en oscheocele (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en spermatocele (n, body)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en iridoncus (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en bunion (n, state)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 2.0
en swelling (n, state) Source: Open Multilingual WordNet
en swelling (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en becoming (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en swelling (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en creation event (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en swollen body part condition (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en swelling (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en having pustule (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en swelling (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en swelling (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en growth event (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en papule (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en swelling (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en vesicle (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en swelling (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en swelling (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en illness (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012
en edema (n)
― IsA ⟶
Weight: 1.0
en swelling (n) Source: OpenCyc 2012