One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A white blood cell or haemocyte that lacks apparent cytoplasmic granules; especially a lymphocyte or monocyte.
Early 20th century. From a- + granulocyte, after German Agranulocyt (A. Pappenheim Atlas der menschlichen Blutzellen 232; now Agranulozyt).
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