(From the uterus, and a section). See Caesarea sectio.
A large tree in America, supposed to be a species of that which produces the guaiacum, as its bark is used in Brasil for the same purposes as we use the guaiacum wood. The name hyvourahc signifies, in the Brasilian language, a rare thing. See Lemcry des Drogues.
From Iamblichus, the inventor. A preparation with sal ammoniac, some aromatic ingredients, etc.
(From a physician, and to anoint). A physician who cures diseases by ointments-and frictions.
(From a physician, and chemistry ). See Chemiater.
The method of curing disease by unction and friction.
A philosopher who treats of medicine as a branch of philosophy.
See Lepidium graminis folio.
A tree in Brasil, whose fruit, when dried, is used instead of pepper. Neither this nor the former plant is found in the modern systems. See Raii Historia.
Pita' Nga. See Lignum Brasilium.
(From the mallow, and glue; from having a glutinous leaf like the mallow). See Saponaria.
Used as a means of abstracting heat in hernia, haemorrhage, and many other chirurgical diseases.
(Greek sanies; a bloody, thin, but acrid fluid, which distils from wounds.
(From a fish). The name of a hook for extracting the foetus; from its likeness to a fish hook; or raspings, according to Erotion.
(From the scale of a fish).
The scales of fishes, and the raspings of the hark of trees.
And Icicariba. Gum elemi. See Elemi.
A figure: the abbreviation of icones plan-tarum, botanical plates.