or phlebo- combining form Etymology: Greek phleb-, phlebo-, from phleb-, phleps; perhaps akin to Greek phlyein, phlyzein to boil over — more at fluid vein <

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  • phleb- — combining form or phlebo Etymology: Middle English fleb , from Middle French, from Late Latin phleb , from Greek, from phleb , phleps blood vessel, vein; akin to Greek phlyein, phlyzein to boil over more at fluid : vein phlebitis …   Useful english dictionary

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