teniafuge

[tee-nee-uh-fyooj]

taeniafuge

or te·ni·a·fuge

[tee-nee-uh-fyooj]
noun Medicine/Medical.
  1. an agent or medicine for expelling tapeworms from the body.

Origin of taeniafuge

First recorded in 1855–60; taenia + -fuge
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British Dictionary definitions for teniafuge

teniafuge

noun
  1. the US spelling of taeniafuge

taeniafuge

US teniafuge

noun
  1. a substance, esp a drug, that expels tapeworms from the body of their host
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teniafuge in Medicine

teniafuge

[tēnē-ə-fyōōj′]
n.
  1. Variant oftaeniafuge

taeniafuge

n.
  1. An agent that expels tapeworms from the body.
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