Inunction

In·unc'tion noun [ Latin inunctio , from inungere , inunctum , to anoint. See 1st In- , and Unction .] The act of anointing, or the state of being anointed; unction; specifically (Medicine) , the rubbing of ointments into the pores of the skin, by which medic...
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inunction

<medicine> The act of anointing, or the state of being anointed; unction; specifically, the rubbing of ointments into the pores of the skin, by which medicinal agents contained in them, such as mercury, iodide of potash, etc, are absorbed. ... Origin: L. Inunctio, fr. Inungere, inunctum, to anoint. See 1st In-, and Unction. ... Source: Webste...
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inunction

(in-ungk´shәn) the act of anointing or applying an ointment by rubbing.
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Inunction

• (n.) The act of anointing, or the state of being anointed; unction; specifically (Med.), the rubbing of ointments into the pores of the skin, by which medicinal agents contained in them, such as mercury, iodide of potash, etc., are absorbed.
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inunction

inunction 1. The act of anointing. 2. In medicine, the process of applying and rubbing in an ointment. 3. The act of anointing, or the state of being anointed; unction; specifically, the rubbing of ointments into the pores of the skin, by which medicinal agents contained in them, such as mercury, iodide of potash, etc, are absorbed. 4. In pharma...
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inunction

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-ŭngk′shŭn Definitions: 1. Administration of a drug in ointment form by rubbing to cause absorption of the active ingredient.
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inunction

anointing, smearing or rubbing with ointment
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