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venin

[ ven-in, vee-nin ]
/ ˈvɛn ɪn, ˈvi nɪn /
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noun Biochemistry.
any of several poisonous substances occurring in snake venom.
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Also venene, ven·ine [ven-een]. /ˈvɛn in/.

Origin of venin

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British Dictionary definitions for venin

venin
/ (ˈvɛnɪn, ˈviː-) /

noun
any of the poisonous constituents of animal venoms

Word Origin for venin

C20: from French ven (in) poison + -in
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