Definition of haematinum
: a hard opaque red glass made by the ancients; also : a modern imitation of this
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Origin and Etymology of haematinum
New Latin, from neuter of Latin haematinus blood-colored, from Greek haimatinos bloody, from haimat- hemat- + -inos -ine
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