sicklemia

noun
sick·​le·​mia | \ ˌsi-kə-ˈlē-mē-ə \

Definition of sicklemia

First Known Use of sicklemia

1932, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sicklemia

New Latin, from English sickle (cell) + New Latin -emia

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sicklemia

noun
sick·​le·​mia
variants: or chiefly British sicklaemia \ si-​ˈklē-​mē-​ə \

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Other Words from sicklemia

sicklemic or chiefly British sicklaemic \ -​mik \ adjective

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