Definition of Opsonium

1. anything eaten with bread as a relish [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Opsonium

opsonation
opsonic
opsonic index
opsonies
opsonified
opsonifies
opsonify
opsonifying
opsonin
opsonins
opsonisation
opsonise
opsonised
opsonises
opsonising
opsonium (current term)
opsoniums
opsonization
opsonize
opsonized
opsonizes
opsonizing
opsonocytophagic
opsonometry
opsonophagocytosis
opsonophilia
opsonophilic
opsony
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Literary usage of Opsonium

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1. A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language: Containing the Accentuation by Joseph Bosworth (1838)
"... habetis vos opsonium? Jn. 21, 5. Sue him for mete on hlaf and on sufle date ei in cibum de pane et de ..."

2. Cornelius Nepos: With Answered Questions, and Imitative Exercises by Cornelius Nepos (1857)
"Bread' ¡a mentioned «« the principal food of man : ie for the necessaries of ' life : opsonium, which is properly any food (except bread) that was cooked or ..."

3. The Tyro's Dictionary, Latin and English: Comprehending the More Usual by John Mair, David Phineas Adams (1809)
"opsonium, et Ob- sonium. L n. Spus, eris. n. a ora, zf a border, a coatt or climate. Orcus,^ im the god Pluto, the place of the dead. ..."

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