Etymology
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ichor (n.)

"ethereal fluid that serves for blood in the veins of the gods," 1630s, from French ichor (16c.) or Modern Latin ichor, from Greek ikhōr, a word of unknown origin, possibly from a non-Indo-European language. Related: Ichorous.

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Definitions of ichor

ichor (n.)
(Greek mythology) the rarified fluid said to flow in the veins of the Gods;
ichor (n.)
a fluid product of inflammation;
Synonyms: pus / purulence / suppuration / sanies / festering
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