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fluor

noun flu·or \ˈflü-ˌr, ˈflü-ər\

Definition of FLUOR

:  fluorite

Origin of FLUOR

New Latin, mineral belonging to a group used as fluxes and including fluorite, from Latin, flow, from fluere — more at fluid
First Known Use: 1661
Medical Dictionary

fluor

noun flu·or \ˈflü-ˌ(ə)r, ˈflü-ər\

Medical Definition of FLUOR

:  a bodily discharge <make a diagnosis of pathological fluorArchives of Therapeutics>

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