Definition of cacochymy
: an unhealthy condition of the humors of the body, especially of the blood
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Origin and Etymology of cacochymy
New Latin cacochymia, from Greek kakochymia, from kak- cac- + -chymia (from chymos juice, from chein to pour) — more at found
First Known Use: 1541
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