sea-blue histiocytosis etymology

English word sea-blue histiocytosis comes from Proto-Germanic *stainaz (Stone.), Proto-Indo-European *tong-

Detailed word origin of sea-blue histiocytosis

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*stainaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Stone.
*tong- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
ᛊᛏᚨᛁᚾᚨᛉ Proto-Norse (gmq-pro) Stone.
tingo Latin (lat) I colour, dye, tinge. I give to drink, treat. I wet, moisten, dip (in), impregnate (with); I smear; I dip, immerse.
steinn Old Norse (non) (medicine) a calculus, gravel. A precious stone. A stone building, cloister, cell (especially of an anchoret). A stone, boulder, rock. Mineral blee, colour, paint.
steina Old Norse (non)
steynen Middle English (enm)
stain English (eng) (intransitive) To become stained; to take a stain.. (transitive) To discolour.. (transitive, cytology) To treat (a microscopic specimen) with a dye, especially one that dyes specific features. To cause to seem inferior or soiled by comparison.. To coat a surface with a stain. To taint or tarnish someone's character or reputation (heraldry) Any of a number of non-standard tinctures used in [...]
sea-blue histiocytosis English (eng) (medicine) A cutaneous condition associated with excessive cytoplasm loading of lipids within histiocytes.

Words with the same origin as sea-blue histiocytosis

Descendants of *stainaz
Dustin Portland cement Stanford-on-Teme Stanley Thurston Winston gemstone gyp gypster gypsy gypsy's kiss gypsycraft gypsyish henge lode ornamental stain stane stean stein stonable stone stonify stony umbestound
Descendants of *tong-
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