medicatus


medicatus
[st1]1 [-] mĕdĭcātus, a, um : part. passé de medico et medicor. - [abcl][b]a - médicinal, propre à guérir, qui a une vertu curative. - [abcl]b - empoisonné.[/b] [st1]2 [-] mĕdĭcātŭs, ūs, m. : remède magique.
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[st1]1 [-] mĕdĭcātus, a, um : part. passé de medico et medicor. - [abcl][b]a - médicinal, propre à guérir, qui a une vertu curative. - [abcl]b - empoisonné.[/b] [st1]2 [-] mĕdĭcātŭs, ūs, m. : remède magique.
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    Medicatus, pen. prod. Adiect. Mistionné de quelque drogue et liqueur, Medeciné.
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    Medicata ficus. Plin. Quand on applique quelque medicament au figuier pour faire meurir les figues, ou pour les faire de meilleur goust, ou autrement.
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    Papauera medicata. Silius. Medecinaulx.
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    Medicata pocula. Martial. Bruvages mistionnez.
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    Res medicatissima. Plin. Chose tresmedecinale et portant grande medecine.
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    Medicatus sapor, vel odor. Plin. Portant medecine, Medecinal.
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    Somnus medicatus. Ouid. Qu'on fait venir par medicaments.
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    Medicata suffitione vina. Colum. Vins qui cueillent une senteur d'estre trop long temps à la fumee.
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    Tela medicata veneno. Sil. Empoisonnez, Envenimez.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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