balsamic

oily or resinous healing agent
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Balsamic

• (a.) Alt. of Balsamical
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balsamic

1. Relating to balsam. ... 2. Fragrant. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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balsamic

balsamy adjective of or relating to or containing balsam; `a balsamic fragrance`
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Balsamic

Bal¬∑sam'ic (bal*săm'ĭk or băl-; 277), Bal*sam'ic*al adjective [ Confer French balsamique .] Having the qualities of balsam; containing, or resembling, balsam; soft; mitigative; soothing; restorative.
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Balsamic

Moon The Moon less than 45
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Balsamic

Soft or hard plant or tree resins composed of aromatic acids and oils. These are typically used as stimulating dressings and aromatic expectorants and diuretics. This term is also applied loosely to many plants that may not exude resins but which have a soothing, pitchy scent. Examples: Balsam Poplar, Eriodictyon.
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Balsamic

Softens phlegm.
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balsamic

This specialty from the Italian provinces of Modena and Reggio in the region Emilia-Romagna is also called balsamic vinegar, although it is not really conventional vinegar and the manufacturing process has been completely different for centuries. Legend has it that the then most powerful Italian nobleman, Duke Boniface of Canossa (985-1052) gave th...
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balsamic

Type: Term Pronunciation: bahl-sam′ik Definitions: 1. Relating to balsam. 2. Fragrant.
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balsamic

[adj] - of or relating to or containing balsam
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