revehent

adjective rev·e·hent \ˈrevəhənt, rə̇ˈvē(h)ə-\

Definition of revehent

  1. :  carrying back revehent veins

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Origin and Etymology of revehent

Latin revehent-, revehens, present participle of revehere to carry back, from re- + vehere to carry — more at way


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