"mal cativo" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [Galician]

IPA: [ˈmal kɑˈtiβʊ]
Etymology: Attested since the 18th century. From mal (“sickness”) cativo (“little”), "[the] little sickness" Etymology templates: {{m|gl|mal|t=sickness}} mal (“sickness”), {{m|gl|cativo|t=little}} cativo (“little”) Head templates: {{gl-noun|m|pl=males cativos}} mal cativo m (plural males cativos) Forms: males cativos [plural]
  1. (historical, pathology) an unidentified sickness (18th-19th centuries) Tags: historical, masculine Categories (topical): Pathology
    Sense id: mal_cativo-gl-noun-niB3EP0P Topics: medicine, pathology, sciences
  2. (pathology, folklore) ataxia Tags: masculine Categories (topical): Folklore, Pathology
    Sense id: mal_cativo-gl-noun-6WHexmK- Topics: arts, folklore, history, human-sciences, literature, media, medicine, pathology, publishing, sciences
  3. (pathology, folklore) syphilis Tags: masculine Categories (topical): Folklore, Pathology
    Sense id: mal_cativo-gl-noun-le2sCLHt Topics: arts, folklore, history, human-sciences, literature, media, medicine, pathology, publishing, sciences

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          "ref": "1775, María Francisca Isla y Losada, Romance",
          "text": "Teño moitos calafrios,\ná quentura ben detràs,\nreceo, si hè ò mal catìbo,\nDios che me'arrede detàl.\nI have many shivers\nthe fever rises just next\nI fear it is the mal cativo,\nGod keeps me away from that"
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