One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An iron-containing substance obtained from liver tissue, probably a mixture of ferritin and other proteins.
Late 19th century. From classical Latin ferrātus bound or covered with iron, clad in armour, armoured, (of water) impregnated with iron (from ferrum iron + -ātus) + -in.
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