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Definition of Envenom
EnvenomEnvenom En*ven"om, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Envenomed; p. pr. &
vb. n. Envenoming.] [OE. envenimen, F. envenimer; pref. en-
(L. in) + F. venin poison. See Venom.]
1. To taint or impregnate with venom, or any substance
noxious to life; to poison; to render dangerous or deadly
by poison, as food, drink, a weapon; as, envenomed meat,
wine, or arrow; also, to poison (a person) by impregnating
Alcides . . . felt the envenomed robe. --Milton.
O, what a world is this, when what is comely
Envenoms him that bears it! --Shak.
2. To taint or impregnate with bitterness, malice, or hatred;
to imbue as with venom; to imbitter.
The envenomed tongue of calumny. --Smollett.
On the question of slavery opinion has of late years
been peculiarly envenomed. --Sir G. C.
Meaning of Envenom from wikipedia
is the process
by which venom
by the bite or sting
of a venomous
animal. Many kinds
of animals, including mammals
(e.g., the northern...
is the seventh studio album
by Florida death metal
Creation. The band also released
a re-issue album entitled Envenomed
is the eighth album
by Runemagick. It was released
as a limited edition
of 1,000 hand-numbered digipaks
only in 2005 through Aftermath
- in farming, forestry, and construction. Snakes commonly involved
in envenomations include elapids
(such as kraits, cobras
and mambas), vipers, and sea...
. In case studies
of black mamba envenomation
, respiratory paralysis
in less than 15 minutes. Envenomation
by this species...
of many species
can cause irritation
by their hollow
easily, or can be poisonous
if ingested; however, prior
- Bothrops lanceolatus
as the fer-de-lance, Martinican
pit viper, and Martinique lancehead
— is a species
of pit viper endemic
to the Caribbean
- tree-dwelling funnel-web spider, has also been claimed
to cause fatal envenomation
, but to date, this lacks
of a specific medical
- bite - severe envenomation
likely, high lethality potential
Rate of envenoming
- >80% Untreated lethality
rate - >80% Clinically, envenomation
- PMID 15999868. Fenner
P (2000). "Marine envenomation
: An update
– A presentation
on the current status
of marine envenomation first
aid and medical
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