angiopreventive etymology

English word angiopreventive comes from English preventive, English angio- (Relating to blood vessels or lymph vessels.)

Detailed word origin of angiopreventive

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
preventive English (eng) (dated) A thing that prevents, hinders, or acts as an obstacle to.. (nonstandard) A thing that slows the development of an illness.. A contraceptive, especially a condom. (obsolete) Going before; preceding.. Carried out to deter military aggression.. Preventing, hindering, or acting as an obstacle to.. Slowing the development of an illness; prophylactic.
angio- English (eng) Relating to blood vessels or lymph vessels.
angiopreventive English (eng) That prevents angiogenesis.

Words with the same origin as angiopreventive

Descendants of angio-
angiitis angioarchitecture angiocath angiogenesis angiogram angiograph angiokeratosis angiokinase angiolith angiolymphatic angioma angioneuromyoma angioneurosis angiooedema angioparalysis angioplasty angioprevention angioregulatory angiorrhexis angiospastic angiosporous angiostatic angiotomy angiotropic