[ hee-mik, hem-ik ]
/ ˈhi mɪk, ˈhɛm ɪk /
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bloodstained, gory, grisly, crimson, wounded, gaping, open, raw, sanguine, sanguinary, ensanguined, hematic, unstopped, sanguineous
- hemiazygos vein,
- hemic murmur,
Origin of hemic
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[ hē′mĭk ]
Of or relating to the blood.
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