synovia

noun
sy·​no·​via | \sə-ˈnō-vē-ə, sī-\

Definition of synovia 

First Known Use of synovia

1726, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for synovia

New Latin, any of various bodily fluids or discharges

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synovia

noun
sy·​no·​via | \sə-ˈnō-vē-ə, sī- \

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