crassamentum

noun cras·sa·men·tum \ˌkrasəˈmentəm\

Definition of crassamentum

plural

crassamentums

\-mz\ or

crassamenta

\-tə\
  1. :  the clot formed in coagulation of blood :  coagulum

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Origin and Etymology of crassamentum

New Latin, from Latin, sediment, dregs, from crassare to make thick (from crassus) + -mentum -ment


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