fluor

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noun flu·or \ˈflü-ˌȯr, ˈflü-ər\

Definition of fluor

Origin and Etymology 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


fluor-

combining form flu·or
variants: or

fluoro-

Definition of fluor-

  1. 1 :  fluorine fluoride

  2. 2 or less commonly fluori- :  fluorescence fluoroscope fluorimeter

Origin and Etymology of fluor-

French


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fluor

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noun flu·or \ˈflü-ˌȯ(ə)r, ˈflü-ər\

Medical Definition of fluor

  1. :  a bodily discharge make a diagnosis of pathological fluorArchives of Therapeutics


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