One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An immature, nucleated red blood cell of normal size, having cytoplasm that is basophilic, polychromatophilic, or acidophilic (orthochromatic), depending on its stage of development.
Late 19th century. From German Normoblast from normo- + -blast.
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