fomentum


fomentum
fomentum, i, n. → fomenta.
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fomentum, i, n. → fomenta.
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    Fomentum, huius fomenti. Columel. Chose propre à appaiser douleur, Estuvement, Fomentation, Bassinement.
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    Fomenta calida, sicca, lenta, valida. Cels. Fomentations.
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    Fomentum, per translationem. Cicero, Haec sunt solatia, haec fomenta summorum dolorum. Appaisements, Addoulcissements.
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    Frigida curarum fomenta. Horat. Aides, ou Remedes de petite efficace.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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