chloroprocaine etymology

English word chloroprocaine comes from English chloro- ((chemistry) Containing chlorine.. Green in color.), English procaine ((pharmaceutical drug) A drug used as a local anaesthetic.)

Detailed word origin of chloroprocaine

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
chloro- English (eng) (chemistry) Containing chlorine.. Green in color.
procaine English (eng) (pharmaceutical drug) A drug used as a local anaesthetic.
chloroprocaine English (eng) A local anesthetic that constricts the blood vessels, given by injection during surgical procedures and childbirth.

Words with the same origin as chloroprocaine

Descendants of chloro-
chloroacetic chloroadamantane chloroauric chlorobenzene chlorobiphenyl chlorocarbon chloroethylene chloroguanide chloromethylphenylsilane chloroplast chloropyridine chlororuthenate chlorosilyl chlorosulfite chlorosulfuric acid chlorotoluene chlorotoxin chlorotriazine chloroxylenol dichlorocarbene dimethylchlorosilane tetrachloromethane trichloroethane trichlorofluoromethane