Lat"er*i"tious (?), a. [L.
lateritius, fr. later a brick.] Like bricks; of
the color of red bricks.
Lateritious sediment (Med.), a
sediment in urine resembling brick dust, observed after the crises of
fevers, and at the termination of gouty paroxysms. It usually
consists of uric acid or urates with some coloring matter.