surgeon (n.) Old form(s): Surgion
doctor, physician
KL IV.vi.193[Lear to all] Let me have surgeons [F; Q churgion]
MND V.i.302[Theseus to Lysander, of Bottom as Pyramus] With the help of a surgeon he might yet recover
MV IV.i.254[Portia as Balthasar to Shylock, of Antonio] Have by some surgeon ... lest he do bleed to death
Oth II.iii.247[Othello to Montano] for your hurts myself will be your surgeon
Per IV.vi.24[Lysimachus to Boult, of a whore] that a man may deal withal and defy the surgeon
RJ III.i.94[Mercutio to Page] Go, villain, fetch a surgeon
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