Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An ointment; an unguent.
“Ointments, alablastritum, unguentum populeum, simple or mixed with opium.”
“If the bone seems to be well consolidated, it should be rubbed with an ointment of _dialthea_ or the _unguentum marciation_, after which the splints and bandage are to be reapplied.”
“As a rule, the fistula is dilated by a tent of alder-pith, mandragora, briony or gentian, the lining membrane destroyed by an ointment of quick-lime or even the actual cautery, and the wound then dressed with egg-albumen followed by the _unguentum viride_.”
“After letting them stand for eight hours longer at 30-37° C., a faint reaction was obtained in the case of the ointment made with unguentum paraffini; a still fainter with No. 3; but no reaction at all with No. 1 (that made with lard).”
“No. 2 "0.7 c.c." showing that the most iodine had osmosed in the case of the ointment made with unguentum paraffini (equivalent to vaseline).”
“No. 3, one made with unguentum paraffini mixed with 3 per cent. of lard.”
“= -- There are many clay poultices on the market: antiphlogistine, antithermoline, cretamethyl, sedol, unguentum, yorkelin, and the Emplastrum Kaolini of the U. S.”
“Hóc factó Iásoní unguentum dedit; praecépit autem ut eó dié quó istí labórés cónficiendí essent corpus suum et arma máne oblineret.”
“Mediá nocte ínsciente patre ex urbe évásit, et postquam in montís fínitimós vénit, herbás quásdam carpsit; tum súcó expressó unguentum parávit quod ví suá corpus aleret nervósque cónfírmáret.”
“Sicut unguentum in capite quod descendit in barbam, barbam Aaron.”
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