spanaemia etymology

English word spanaemia comes from English -aemia, Ancient Greek σπᾰνός

Detailed word origin of spanaemia

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-aemia English (eng) (British spelling) Blood.. (British spelling, medicine) Referring to the state or condition of the blood.
σπᾰνός Ancient Greek (grc)
spanaemia English (eng) (medicine, archaic) A condition of impoverishment of the blood; a morbid state in which the red corpuscles, or other important elements of the blood, are deficient.

Words with the same origin as spanaemia

Descendants of -aemia
acidaemia alcoholaemia bilirubinaemia carbonæmia chloridaemia euvolemia gametocytaemia hypalbuminemia hyperindicanaemia hyperlipidaemia hyperlipoidaemia hyperlipoproteinaemia hyperphosphataemia hyperprolactinaemia hypertriglyceridaemia hypochloridaemia hypocholesterolaemia hypolipidaemia hypouricaemia insulinaemia ketonaemia lacticaemia lithaemia tyrosinaemia
Descendants of σπᾰνός