haematothermal etymology

English word haematothermal comes from English haemato- (Blood.), English thermal

Detailed word origin of haematothermal

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
haemato- English (eng) Blood.
thermal English (eng) (gliding, often in the present participle) To fly an unpowered aircraft in a (thermal) column of rising air.. (stone) To create a rough finish on stone by treating it with a high-temperature blow-torch. (fabric) Providing efficient insulation so as to keep the body warm.. (stone) Having a rough finish by treatment with a blow-torch.. Caused, brought about by heat.. Pertaining to heat or [...]
haematothermal English (eng) Warm-blooded; homoiothermal.

Words with the same origin as haematothermal

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