veno-, ven-

(Latin: poison)

antivenin
A proteinaceous material used in the treatment of poisoning by animal venom.
antivenom
Another form of antivenin.
antivenomous
Opposng, or counteracting, the action of venom.
anvenom
An obsolete term: to envenom, to poison.
avenom
An obsolete term meaning: to poison.
countervenom
Venom or poison used as an antidote to another poison.
disenvenom
To undo the process of envenoming; to deprive of its venom.
envenom, envenomed
1. To poison by contact, bite, inoculation, etc.
2. To put venom or poison on (a weapon, etc.); to taint (the air, ground, etc.) with poison; to render noxious or poisonous.
3 To infuse venom or bitterness into (actions, relations, etc.); to impart bitterness to (the feelings or words of a person); to embitter, make virulent.
envenomation
The introduction of venoms into the body by means of a bite or sting.
envenomize
To infect with poison.
envenomous
Full of venom; poisonous.
evenomate
To take poison out of or from (food, etc.).
transvenom
To transform into something poisonous.
venenation
Poisoning; a condition of being poisoned.
veneniferous
Carrying poison.

A cross reference of another word family that is related directly, or indirectly, with: "poison": toxico-; viru-.