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Flebotomia AC e | Flobotomia B | Flebothomia f
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Flebotomia AC ej | Flobotomia B | Flebothomia fp <br />
 
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incisio | inscisio j {twice} <br />
fles AC | flebs B | fleps e | feleps f
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fles AC | flebs B | fleps ejp | feleps f <br />
 
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quod est vena ''om''. ejp <br />
quod est vena ''om''. e
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tome AC | tomos B j | tamos ''ms''. e | thomos fp <br />
 
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tome AC | tomos B | tamos e | thomos f
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vel sectio ''om''. f  
 
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''Flebotomia'': <br />
 
Greek φλεβοτομία /phlebotomía/ is the term for "blood-letting". It is a compound noun consisting of φλέψ /phléps/, gen. φλεβός /phlebós/ meaning "blood-vessel, whether vein or artery, but sometimes distinguished from artery" (LSJ) and τομή /tomḗ/ or τομός /tomós/ from τέμνω /témnō/ "cutting, cleaving".
 
Greek φλεβοτομία /phlebotomía/ is the term for "blood-letting". It is a compound noun consisting of φλέψ /phléps/, gen. φλεβός /phlebós/ meaning "blood-vessel, whether vein or artery, but sometimes distinguished from artery" (LSJ) and τομή /tomḗ/ or τομός /tomós/ from τέμνω /témnō/ "cutting, cleaving".
  
See also: [[Flebs]]
 
  
[[User:WilfGunther|WilfGunther]] 17/11/13
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[[User:WilfGunther|WilfGunther]] 17/11/2013
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Latest revision as of 10:18, 24 December 2016

Flebotomia vene incisio a fles quod est vena et tome quod est incisio vel sectio.


Apparatus:

Flebotomia AC ej | Flobotomia B | Flebothomia fp
incisio | inscisio j {twice}
fles AC | flebs B | fleps ejp | feleps f
quod est vena om. ejp
tome AC | tomos B j | tamos ms. e | thomos fp
vel sectio om. f


Translation:

Greek Flebotomia translates into Latin as vene incisio {"cutting into a vein"}; from Greek fles, which means "vein", and tome, which means "incision" or sectio {"cutting"}.


Commentary:

Flebotomia:
Greek φλεβοτομία /phlebotomía/ is the term for "blood-letting". It is a compound noun consisting of φλέψ /phléps/, gen. φλεβός /phlebós/ meaning "blood-vessel, whether vein or artery, but sometimes distinguished from artery" (LSJ) and τομή /tomḗ/ or τομός /tomós/ from τέμνω /témnō/ "cutting, cleaving".


WilfGunther 17/11/2013


See Flebs


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