- Bot. a cushionlike swelling on a plant organ, esp. on one side at the base of the capsule of a moss
- Archaic scrofula
Origin of strumaL, a scrofulous tumor from Indo-European an unverified form streu-: see strut
river in SE Europe, flowing from W Bulgaria across NE Greece into the Aegean Sea: c. 220 mi (354 km)
A river, about 415 km (260 mi) long, of western Bulgaria and northeast Greece flowing southward to an inlet of the Aegean Sea.
(plural strumas or strumae)
From Latin strÅ«ma.