haematoin etymology

English word haematoin comes from English flagellar (Of or pertaining to a flagellum.), English haemato- (Blood.)

Detailed word origin of haematoin

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
flagellar English (eng) Of or pertaining to a flagellum.
haemato- English (eng) Blood.
haematoin English (eng) (biochemistry) A substance formed from the haematin of blood, by removal of the iron through the action of concentrated sulphuric acid.

Words with the same origin as haematoin

Descendants of flagellar
Descendants of haemato-
haematoblast haematocele haematogenesis haematogenetic haematogenous haematology haematolysis haematoma haematopathology haematophagous haematophilia haematophobia haematoplastic haematopoiesis haematopoietic haematoscope haematothermal haematotoxin haematotympanum haematuria