spagyric


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spa·gyr·ic

 (spə-gîr′ĭk) also spa·gyr·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Relating to or resembling alchemy; alchemical.

[New Latin spagiricus, probably coined by Paracelsus.]

spagyric

(spəˈdʒɪrɪk) or

spagyrical

adj
(Alchemy) rare of or relating to alchemy
[C16: from New Latin spagiricus, probably coined by Paracelsus, of obscure origin]
spaˈgyrically adv
Translations
Spagirik
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