hematoid

hematoid

[hee-muh-toid, hem-uh-]
adjective

Origin:
1830–40; < Greek haimatoeidḗs. See hemat-, -oid

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haematoid, (US) haemoid, (US) hematoid or (US) hemoid (ˈhiːməˌtɔɪd, ˈhɛm-)
 
adj
resembling blood
 
haemoid, (US) haemoid, (US) hematoid or (US) hemoid
 
adj
 
hematoid, (US) haemoid, (US) hematoid or (US) hemoid
 
adj
 
hemoid, (US) haemoid, (US) hematoid or (US) hemoid
 
adj

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hematoid he·ma·toid (hē'mə-toid', hěm'ə-)
adj.
Resembling blood.

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