Hermetic

Ancient teachings based on the concepts & principles taught by Pythagoras, Plato, & Hermes Trismegistus. Text originating from the Mystery cults of the Aegean/Mediterranean as well as from Persia & Chaldea.

hermetic

sealed by fusion 
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hermetic

[adj] - completely sealed
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Hermetic

Sealing of an object so it is airtight.
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hermetic

Impervious to air, airtight. ... Origin: L. Hermeticus ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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hermetic

adjective completely sealed; completely airtight
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hermetic

(hәr-met´ik) impervious to the air.
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Hermetic

• (a.) Alt. of Hermetical
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hermetic

(L. hermeticus) impervious to air; airtight.
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hermetic

hermetic 1. Completely sealed, especially against the escape or entry of air. 2. Impervious to outside interference or influence: the hermetic confines of an isolated life. 3. Having to do with the occult sciences, especially alchemy; magical; alchemic; obscure; difficult to inderstand. Identified by Neoplatonists, mystics, and alchemists with t...
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hermetic

Type: Term Pronunciation: her-met′ik Definitions: 1. Airtight; denoting a vessel closed or sealed in such a way that air can neither enter it nor issue from it.
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hermetic

of, like or pertaining to sorcery or alchemy
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