six–o–six

noun \ˌsiks-ˌō-ˈsiks\
variants: or

606

\ˌsiks-ˌō-ˈsiks\

Definition of six–o–six

Origin and Etymology of six–o–six

from its having been the 606th compound tested and introduced by Paul Ehrlich †1915


First Known Use: 1910


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six–o–six

noun
variants: or

606

\ˌsik-ˌsō-ˈsiks\play

Medical Definition of six–o–six

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