One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To cut or divide into small pieces; (Surgery) to break up (a tumour, organ, etc.) into small pieces, especially preparatory to excision.
Early 20th century. From French morceler to divide into many pieces + -ate, after morcellement, morcellated, morcellation.
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