Learn how to say Haemorrhaging correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word haemorrhage:
an escape of blood from a ruptured blood vessel:
a massive haemorrhage of the brain
a damaging loss of valuable people or resources:
a haemorrhage of highly qualified teachers
(of a person) suffer a haemorrhage:
he had begun haemorrhaging in the night
[with object] lose or expend large amounts of (something valuable) in a seemingly uncontrollable way:
the business was haemorrhaging cash
late 17th century (as a noun): alteration of obsolete haemorrhagy, via Latin from Greek haimorrhagia, from haima ‘blood’ + the stem of rhēgnunai ‘burst’
Spell haemorrhage with a double r, then an h. Other words that begin with haem- (from Greek haima ‘blood’) are
(the American spellings begin with hem-).