Definition of agrum in US English:

agrum

noun

rare
  • A disease affecting hawks, apparently characterized by the discharge of fluid from the beak and eyes (not identified.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in The Book of St. Albans. From post-classical Latin agrum, use as noun (short for morbum agrum acute disease) of agrum, variant of acrum, masculine accusative singular of classical Latin ācer sharp, acute.

Pronunciation

agrum

/ˈaɡrəm/