acidaemia etymology

English word acidaemia comes from English lactic (Of, relating to, or derived from milk.), English -aemia

Detailed word origin of acidaemia

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
lactic English (eng) Of, relating to, or derived from milk.
-aemia English (eng) (British spelling) Blood.. (British spelling, medicine) Referring to the state or condition of the blood.
acidaemia English (eng) (medicine) a medical condition marked by an abnormally high concentration of hydrogen ions in a person's blood.

Words with the same origin as acidaemia

Descendants of lactic
lactimide lacturamic acid lactyl
Descendants of -aemia
alcoholaemia bilirubinaemia carbonæmia chloridaemia euvolemia gametocytaemia hypalbuminemia hyperindicanaemia hyperlipidaemia hyperlipoidaemia hyperlipoproteinaemia hyperphosphataemia hyperprolactinaemia hypertriglyceridaemia hypochloridaemia hypocholesterolaemia hypolipidaemia hypouricaemia insulinaemia ketonaemia lacticaemia lithaemia spanaemia tyrosinaemia