ML

Ana

of each.

Ad.

Adde

add.

Adhib.

Adhibendus

to be administered.

Admov.

Admove

apply.

Ad lib.

Ad libitum

to the desired amount.

Ad sat.

Ad saturandum

to saturation.

Ad us.

Ad usum

according to custom.

AEq.

AEquales

equal.

Agit.

Agitetur Alternis horis

let it be shaken.

Alt. hor.

every other hour.

Ampul.

Ampulla

a large bottle.

Aq.

Aqua

water.

Aq. bull.

Aqua bulliens

boiling water.

Aq. dest.

Aqua destillata

distilled water.

Aq. ferv.

Aqua fervens

hot water.

Aq. fluv.

Aqua fluviatilis

river water.

Aq. font.

Aqua fontis

spring water.

Aq. pluv.

Aqua pluvialis

rain water.

Bene

Bene

well.

Bib.

Bibe

drink.

Bis ind.

Bis indies

twice a day.

Bis in 7 d.

Bis in septem diebus

twice a week.

Bol. Bull.

Bolus

a large pill.

Bulliat

let it boil.

C.

Cum

with.

Calef.

Calefactus

warmed.

Cap.

Capiat

let him take.

Cap. Chart.

Capsula

a capsule.

Charta

a paper.

Chartul.

Chartula

a small paper.

Cib.

Cibus

food.

Cito disp.

Cito dispensetur

let it be dispensed quickly.

C. m.

Cras mane

to-morrow morning

C. m. s.

Cras mane sumendus

to be taken tomorrow morning.

C. n.

Cras nocte

to-morrow night.

Cochl.

Cochleare

a spoonful.

Cochl. ampl.

Cochleare amplum

a table-spoonful.

Cocbl. infant.

Cochleare infantis

a teaspoonful

Cocbl. mag.

Cochleare magnum

a table-spoonful.

Cochl. mod.

Cochleare modicum

a dessert-spoonful.

Cochl. parv.

Cochleare parvum

a teaspoonful

Col. Collun.

Cola

strain.

Collunarium

a nasal wash.

Collut.

Collutorium

a mouth wash.

Collyr.

Collyrium

an eye wash.

Cont.

Contere

rub together.

Contin.

Continueter

let it be continued.

Cras.

Cras

to-morrow.

Cuj.

Cujus

of which.

C. v.

Cras vespere

to-morrow evening.

Cyath.

Cyath us

a glassful.

Cyath. vinos.

Cyathus vinosus

a wine glassful.

D.--d

Da

give.

Dosis

a dose.

Deaur.

Deaurentur

let (the pills) be gilded, decant.

Dec

Decanta

D. d. in d.

De die in diem

from day to day.

Del.

Detur

let it be given.

Dieb. alt.

Diebus alternis

on alternate days.

Dim.

Dimidius

one-half.

Div.

Divide

divide.

D. in p. ae.

Divide in parts aequales

divide into equal parts,

Exhib.

Exhibiatur

let it be given.

F. or ft.

Fiat

let it be made.

F. h.

Fiat haustus

make a draught.

F. m.

Fiat mistura

make a mixture.

F. pil.

Fiat pilula

make a pill.

Form. F s. a.

Formula

a prescription.

Fac secundum artem

make according to art.

Garg.

Gargarysma

a gargle. drop or drops.

Gtt.

Gutta or guttae

Habt.

Habeat

let him have.

I Hor. decub. Hor. intermed.

Hora decubitus

at bedtime.

Horis intermediis

at intermediate hours.

H. s.

Hora somni

at bedtime.

I11.

Illico

immediately.

Imp. Ind.

Impone

apply.

Indies

daily.

Instar lnvolv. gelat.

Instar

the size of.

Involve gelatino

coat with gelatin.

Lat. dol.

Lateri dolenti

to the painful side.

Len. Len. ter.

Lenitur

easily.

Lenitur terendo

by rubbing gently.

Mane

Mane

in the morning.

Mane primo

Mane primo

early in the morning.

Mic. pan.

Mica panis

bread crumb.

Mit.

Mitte

send.

Mode diet. Mod. praescript

Mode dictu

in the manner directed. in the manner prescribed.

Modo praescripto

Non repetat. O. m.

Non repetatur

let it not be repeated.

Omni mane

every morning.

Omn. bih.

Omni bihora

every two hours.

Omn. hor.

Omni hora

every hour.

O. n.

Omni nocte

every night.

P. or pt.

Perstetur

continue.

Part. aeq.

Partes aequales

equal parts.

Penicil. cam.

Penicillum camelinum

a camel's hair pencil.

Pil.

Pilula

a pill when required.

P. r. n.

Pro re nata

Q. hor.

Quaqua hora

every hour.

Q. 1.

Quantum libet

as much as is requisite.

Q. s.

Quantum sufficit

a sufficient quantity.

Q. v.

Quantum volueris

at will.

Recipe

take.

Red. in pulv. Rep.

Redactus in pulverem

reduced to powder.

Repetatur

let it be repeated.

Sat. Semel

Satis

sufficient.

Semel

once.

Semi h.

Semi hora

half an hour.

Sesq. h.

Sesqui hora

an hour and a half.

Sic.

Sicetur

let it be dried.

Sin.

Sine

without.

Sing.

Singulorum

of each.

Si op. sit. Sum.

Si opus sit

if necessary.

Sumat or sumendum

let him take or let it be taken.

T. d.

Ter in die

three times a day.

Ter

Ter. bene

Tere

Rub.

Tere bene

Rub well.

Trit.

Trituretur

let it be triturated.

Utere

Utere

make use of.

Vehic.

Vehiculum

menstruum.

Ver.

Verus

genuine.

Vesp.

Vesper

the evening.