Alipe

Alipe 353 Remedies for wounds in the cheek to prevent inflammation. Galen.

A 'Lipili, (from alarum pilos, evellentes.) Servants so called from their pulling off hairs from the arm-pits with tweezers, from persons in the baths.

Alipow

A species of turbith found near Mount Ceti, in Languedoc. It is a powerful purgative, used instead of senna, but much more active.

Aliptae

(From Aliptae 354 to anoint). Servants of the baths, whose office was to anoint the persons after bathing.

Alisanders

Sec Smyrnium.

Alisma Mathioli

See Doria.

Alisma, (from Alisma Mathioli 355 the sea, the name of many aquatic plants); called Acuron. A name of Doria's wound-wort, and of the German leopard's-bane. See Doria Narbonensium, and Arnica Montana.

Alisteles

(From Alisteles 356 salt). See Ammoniacus sal.

Alith

See Asafcetida.

Alitura

(From alo, to nourish). See Nutricatio.

Alkafial

Antimony. See Antimonium.

Alkahest Glauberi

i.e. Sales alkalini. See Alcali.

Alkale

The fat of a hen.

Alkali Fixum

Sal. i.e. Kali. See Alcali.

Alkali vegetabile fixum causticum. See Kali.

Alkalia

See Vas,

Alkara

Or Alcara, (aj.karagh, Arab). See Cucurbita.

Alkasa (Alkasah, a cup, Arab)

Sec Crucibulum.

Alkazoal

Alkaut

See Argentum vivum.

Alkermes

(Alkarmah, Arab). See Chermks

Alkerva

See Cataputia.

Alkes

Burnt brass. See AES ustum.

Alketran

See Cedria.

Alkibric Alchibric, Alchibert, Agibic, Alkibic, Alchabric, Alkibrie

According to some, the sulphur vivum is meant by these words; but others say they signify an incombustir ble sulphur.

A!Lkin. See Clavellati cineres.

Alkir

Smoke of coal.

Alkitram

See Pix Liquida.

Alkosor

See Camphor.

Alki Plumbi

It seems to be the cerussa ace-tata. See Plumbum.

All

Heal. See Heracleum and Stachys.

All

Spice. See Myrtus.

Allabor

Leda. See Plumbum.

Allantoides

Allantois. The membrane, which forms part of the secundines, (from Allantoides 358 a sausage, or hog's pudding, because in some brutes it is long and thick, and likeness). It is also called alantoides farciminalis, the urinary membrane; but its existence in the human species is generally denied. If any anatomists have ever demonstrated, not one of them has given a distinct figure of it; all the engravings designed to represent it are too incorrect to afford us a distinct idea. 'dr. Hunter, in his lectures, absolutely denies the existence of this membrane, except in brutes.

Dr. Hales in the Phil. Trans. Abr. vol. iv. andmons. Littre in the Mem. Acad, de Sciences, 1701.

Allari Noch

See Plumbum.

Alleluia

(Hallelujah ! praise the Lord. Heb. wood-sorrel, so named from its many virtues). See Acetosa.