Definitions for ichorˈaɪ kɔr, ˈaɪ kər
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
i•chorˈaɪ kɔr, ˈaɪ kər(n.)
the ethereal fluid flowing in the veins of the ancient Greek gods.
the watery ooze of a wound.
Origin of ichor:
1630–40; < LL īchōr < Gk īchṓr
i•chor•ousˈaɪ kər əs(adj.)
(Greek mythology) the rarified fluid said to flow in the veins of the Gods
pus, purulence, suppuration, ichor, sanies, festering(noun)
a fluid product of inflammation
the liquid that in Greek Mythology was said to flow in place of blood in the veins of the gods
any bloodlike fluid
a watery, fetid discharge from a sore
Origin: Mid-17th century, from ἰχώρ.
an ethereal fluid that supplied the place of blood in the veins of the gods
a thin, acrid, watery discharge from an ulcer, wound, etc
In Greek mythology, Ichor is the ethereal golden fluid that is the blood of the gods and/or immortals.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
an ethereal fluid presumed to supply the place of blood in the veins of the Greek gods.
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