Apothecary

A·poth'e·ca·ry noun ; plural Apothecaries . [ Middle English apotecarie , from Late Latin apothecarius , from Latin apotheca storehouse, Greek apo , from ... to put away; ... from + ... to put: confer French apothicaire , Old French apotecai...
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apothecary

One who prepares and sells drugs or compounds for medicinal purposes. ... In England an apothecary is one of a privileged class of practitioners a kind of sub-physician. The surgeon apothecary is the ordinary family medical attendant. One who sells drugs and makes up prescriptions is now commonly called in England a druggist or a pharmaceutical che...
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apothecary

(ә-poth´ә-kar″e) pharmacist.
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Apothecary

• (n.) One who prepares and sells drugs or compounds for medicinal purposes.
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apothecary

apothecary 1. A pharmacy, drugstore, or a place where medical prescriptions can be filled and stored. 2. From Latin apotheca 'storehouse'; which came from Greek apotheke 'storehouse'. Literally, 'a place where things are put away', from apo- 'away' + tithenai 'to put'.
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Apothecary

In a general sense, an apothecary was one who kept a shop or laboratory for preparing, compounding, and vending medicines, and for the making up of medical prescriptions. In England the term was long applied to a regularly licensed class of medical practitioners, being such persons as were members of, or licensed by, the Apothecaries Company in Lon...
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apothecary

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-poth′ĕ-kār-ē Definitions: 1. Obsolescent term for pharmacist or druggist.
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apothecary

one who prepares drugs and medicines, sometimes made house calls, and gave advice concerning medical conditions; lowest order of medical man.
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Apothecary

An Apothecary dispensed medicines derived from herbs, plants and roots. The apothecary was a less expensive alternative to a physician in Tudor times and was often the only source of medical care for the poor; he was usually a priest or friar.
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Apothecary

Apothecary i is a historical name for a medical professional who formulates and dispenses materia medica to physicians, surgeons and patients — a role now served by a pharmacist (or a chemist or dispensing chemist) and some caregivers. In addition to pharmacy responsibilities, the apothecary offered general medical advice and a range of services...
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apothecary

druggist
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