Electuary

E·lec'tu·a·ry noun ; plural Electuaries . [ Middle English letuaire , Old French lettuaire , electuaire , French électuaire , Latin electuarium , electarium . probably from Greek ..., ... a medicine that is licked away, from Greek ... to li...
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electuary

Origin: OE. Letuaire, OF. Lettuaire, electuaire, F. Electuaire, L. Electuarium, electarium. Prob. Fr. Gr, a medicine that is licked away, fr. Gr. To lick up; out + to lick. See Lick, and cf. Eclegm. ... <medicine> A medicine composed of powders, or other ingredients, incorporated with some convserve, honey, or sirup; a confection. See the not...
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electuary

(e-lek´tu-ar″e) a medicinal preparation consisting of a powdered drug made into a paste with honey or syrup.
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Electuary

• (n.) A medicine composed of powders, or other ingredients, incorporated with some convserve, honey, or sirup; a confection. See the note under Confection.
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electuary

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-lek′tū-ā-rē Synonyms: confection
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Electuary

An electuary is a medicinal paste composed of powders, or other medical ingredients, incorporated with sweeteners to hide the taste, like syrup, honey, jam, etc., for the purposes of oral consumption. ...
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electuary

medicine, conserve, paste
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electuary

medicine mixed with honey or syrup
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