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veni-

1.
variant of veno- before a vowel:
venipuncture.

veni, vidi, vici

[wey-nee wee-dee wee-kee; English vee-nahy vahy-dahy vahy-sahy, ven-ee vee-dee vee-chee, -see] /ˈweɪ ni ˈwi di ˈwi ki; English ˈvi naɪ ˈvaɪ daɪ ˈvaɪ saɪ, ˈvɛn i ˈvi di ˈvi tʃi, -si/
Latin.
1.
I came, I saw, I conquered.

veno-

1.
a combining form with the meaning “vein,” used in the formation of compound words:
venostasis.
Also, veni-; especially before a vowel, ven-.
Origin
< Latin vēn(a) vein + -o-
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veni in Medicine

veno- or veni- or vene-
pref.
Vein; venous: venipuncture.

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