Haemachrome
Haemachrome H[ae]m"a*chrome (h[e^]m"[.a]*kr[=o]m or h[=e]"m[.a]-), n. [H[ae]ma- + Gr. chrw^ma color.] (Physiol. Chem.) Hematin. [1913 Webster]

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  • haemachrome — /ˈhiməkroʊm/ (say heemuhkrohm), /ˈhɛm / (say hem ) noun Obsolete the red colouring matter of the blood. Also, hemachrome. {haema + chrome} Usage: For spelling variation see haemo …   Australian English dictionary

  • haemachrome —   n. colouring matter of blood …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • haema- — see hema * * * Chiefly Brit. var. of hema : haemachrome. * * * haema combining form. a form of hema (Cf. ↑hema ), as in haemachrome …   Useful english dictionary

  • haema- — Chiefly Brit. var. of hema : haemachrome. * * * …   Universalium

  • he|ma|chrome — «HEE muh krohm, HEHM uh », noun. the red coloring matter of the blood; hemoglobin. Also, haemachrome. ╂[< hema + Greek chrôma color] …   Useful english dictionary

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