haemolymph etymology

English word haemolymph comes from English lymph, English haemo- (Pertaining to blood.)

Detailed word origin of haemolymph

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
lymph English (eng) (obsolete, poetical) Pure water.. (physiology, immunology) A colourless, watery, bodily fluid carried by the lymphatic system, that consists mainly of white blood cells.. Discharge from a sore, inflammation etc.
haemo- English (eng) Pertaining to blood.
haemolymph English (eng) (British spelling) .

Words with the same origin as haemolymph

Descendants of haemo-
haemoblast haemochromatosis haemocompatibility haemoconcentration haemocyanin haemoderivative haemogenic haemoglobin haemoglobinopathy haemoglobinuria haemogram haemolytic haemomanometer haemoparasite haemopathology haemopericardium haemophilic haemophobia haemoscope haemostasis haemostat haemostatic haemothorax haemotoxicity