- (medicine, obsolete) cerebrospinal fluid
1949, B. M. Harrison, The dissection of the shark (The dogfish, squalus acanthias), page iv:
- The spinal cord lies in the vertebral canal, and within the cord is the neurocele or neural canal. Both of these canals normally contain neurolymph.
1902, F. H. Gerrish, A Text-book of anatomy by American authors, page 514:
- The fluid is called cerebrospinal fluid, cephalo-rachidian (" head-spine") fluid, or neurolymph ("nerve-water")..