Definition of superfuse in US English:

superfuse

verb

  • Physiology. To perform superfusion upon (tissue); to employ (liquid) in superfusion. Also (of a liquid): to flow over the surface of (tissue).

Origin

Mid 17th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin superfūs-, past participial stem of superfundere to pour (a liquid) over or on to something, to cover (a surface) with something poured over it, (passive) to pour over the brim, spill over from super- + fundere to pour.