splenic

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From Ancient Greek σπληνικός (splēnikós, of the spleen)

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splenic (comparative more splenic, superlative most splenic)

  1. Of, related to, or located near the spleen. [1700-]
    • 1619: Samuel Purchas, Purchas His Pilgrim: Microcosmus, Or the Historie of Man
      The Liuer by the splenike branch, transferreth them to the Serjeant of the scullery the Splene.

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