collyrium

The unguent box of an oculist.

Collyrium

In eye care, collyrium is an antique term for a lotion or liquid wash used as a cleanser for the eyes, particularly in diseases of the eye. The word collyrium comes from the Greek ``κολλύρον, eye-salve. The same name was also given to unguents used for the same purpose, such as unguent of tutty. Lastly, the name was given, though imprope.....
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Collyrium

• (n.) An application to the eye, usually an eyewater.
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collyrium

<pharmacology> A lotion for the eyes, an eye wash. ... Origin: L., Gr. Kollyrion = eye salve ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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collyrium

(kә-lir´e-әm) pl. colly´ria a lotion for the eyes; an eye wash.
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collyrium

(L.; Gr. kollyrion eye salve) a lotion for the eyes; an eye wash.
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Collyrium

Col·lyr'i·um noun ; plural English Collyriums , Latin Collyria . [ Latin , from Greek ....] (Medicine) An application to the eye, usually an eyewater.
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collyrium

eye lotion or ointment
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collyrium

Type: Term Pronunciation: ko-lir′ē-ŭm Definitions: 1. Originally, any preparation for the eye; now, an eyewash.
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