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coagulum

[ koh-ag-yuh-luhm ]
/ koʊˈæg yə ləm /
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noun, plural co·ag·u·la [koh-ag-yuh-luh]. /koʊˈæg yə lə/.
any coagulated mass; precipitate; clump; clot.
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Origin of coagulum

1650–60; <Latin: that which binds together or coagulates, rennet, equivalent to co-co- + āg-, combining form, in noun derivation, of agere to drive, do (see ambages, indagate) + -ulum-ule; compare cōgere to make congeal, literally, to drive together; see cogent
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British Dictionary definitions for coagulum

coagulum
/ (kəʊˈæɡjʊləm) /

noun plural -la (-lə)
any coagulated mass; clot; curd

Word Origin for coagulum

C17: from Latin: curdling agent; see coagulate
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Medical definitions for coagulum

coagulum
[ kō-ăgyə-ləm ]

n. pl. co•ag•u•la (-lə)
A clot; a curd.
A soft insoluble mass formed when a sol or liquid is coagulated.
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