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English word venous comes from Latin venosus (Dry, meagre. Full of veins, venous.).

Venous etymology ?

Venous detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
venosus Latin (lat) Dry, meagre. Full of veins, venous.
venose English (eng) Having numerous or conspicuous veins; veiny.
venous English (eng) Having numerous veins.. Of or pertaining to veins.. Possessing veins.

Words with the same origin as venous

Descendants of venosus
IVIG arteriovenous atriovenous endovenous intervenous intravenous nonvenous perivenous portovenous transvenous venose venovenous