an inflammation of the udders of cows, ewes, etc., usually caused by bacteria
Origin of gargetMiddle English ; from Old French gargate, throat ; from echoic base an unverified form garg-: see gargle
Mastitis of domestic animals, especially cattle.
Origin of gargetPerhaps from Middle English, throat, from Old French gargate.
Old English garget, gargate, throat, Old French gargate. Compare gorge.