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1. In Greek Mythology, the rarefied fluid said to run in the veins of the gods.
2. In pathology, a watery, acrid discharge from a wound or ulcer.
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(Greek: fluid [distinct from blood] that flows through the veins of the gods; by extension, "watery part of blood or milk," used in the sense of "thin, serous or sanious fluid, especially from a wound or sore")