biochemical etymology

English word biochemical comes from English bio- (Life. Organic life.), English chemical

Detailed word origin of biochemical

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
bio- English (eng) Life. Organic life.
chemical English (eng) (chemistry, sciences) Any specific chemical element or chemical compound or alloy.. (colloquial) An artificial chemical compound.. (slang) An addictive drug. (obsolete) Of or relating to alchemy.. Of or relating to a material or processes not commonly found in nature or in a particular product.. Of or relating to chemistry.
biochemical English (eng) Characterized by, produced by, or involving chemical processes in living organisms. Of, or relating to biochemistry A chemical substance derived from a biological source.

Words with the same origin as biochemical

Descendants of bio-
biochemistry biodegradable biodestructible biodiesel biodilution biodiversity bioelectric biofeedback biofriendly biofuel biogenic biogeophysical biohazard bioluminescent biomechanics biomedical bionics bionucleonic bioscan bioscope biosphere biosynthesis biotech bioweapon
Descendants of chemical
acetaminophen chemigation chemtrail