Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An unguent.

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Examples

  • Quum autem saniem fecerit, cum panno sicco, unguento fusco et caeteris bonam carnem generantibus, adhibeatur cura, ut in caeteris vulneribus.

    Gilbertus Anglicus Medicine of the Thirteenth Century

  • Si vere in estate, vitellum ovi tum super ponatur, et cum saniem fecerit, panno sicco, et unguento fusco et ceteris regenerantibus carnem, curetur.

    Gilbertus Anglicus Medicine of the Thirteenth Century

  • Theodoric was proud of the beautiful cicatrices which he obtained without the use of any ointment, _pulcherrimas cicatrices sine unguento aliquo inducebat_, then further that he impugned the use of poultices and of oils on wounds, while powders were too drying and besides had a tendency to prevent drainage, the literal meaning of the Latin words

    Old-Time Makers of Medicine The Story of The Students And Teachers of the Sciences Related to Medicine During the Middle Ages

  • Evocatae hoc modo et tempore Lamiae, ... daemon illis persuadet eas non posse conventiculis interesse nisi nudum corpus unguento ex corpusculis infantum ante baptismum necatorum praeparato illinant, idque propterea solum illis persuadet ut ad quam plurimas infantum insontium caedes eas alliciat ....

    Among My Books First Series

  • And ointment for it, unguento per la rogna, is cried at every corner of Venice.

    The Cloister and the Hearth

  • lusi decenter cum meis lusoribus laudante populo maximis clamoribus thermis Traiani, thermis Agrippae et Titi, multum et Neronis, si tamen mihi creditis, 5 ego sum. ouantes conuenite pilicrepi statuamque amici floribus, uiolis rosis folioque multo adque unguento marcido onerate amantes et merum profundite nigrum Falernum aut Setinum aut uel Caecubum10 uiuo ac uolenti de apotheca dominica,

    Epitaph of Ursus

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