haematoplastic etymology

English word haematoplastic comes from English plastic, English haemato- (Blood.)

Detailed word origin of haematoplastic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
plastic English (eng) (archaic) Any solid but malleable substance.. (colloquial, metonym) Credit or debit cards used in place of cash to buy goods and services.. (obsolete) A sculptor, moulder.. (slang) Fakeness, or a person who is fake or arrogant, or believes that they are better than the rest of the population.. A synthetic, thermoplastic, solid, hydrocarbon-based polymer.. Any similar synthetic material, not [...]
haemato- English (eng) Blood.
haematoplastic English (eng) (biology) blood-formative; applied to a substance in early foetal life that gradually breaks up into blood vessels.

Words with the same origin as haematoplastic

Descendants of plastic
Plasticine Silastic plamodel plasteel plastiglomerate plastisol pleather
Descendants of haemato-
haematoblast haematocele haematogenesis haematogenetic haematogenous haematoin haematology haematolysis haematoma haematopathology haematophagous haematophilia haematophobia haematopoiesis haematopoietic haematoscope haematothermal haematotoxin haematotympanum haematuria