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phil·teralso phil·tre (fĭl′tər)
1. A love potion.
2. A magic potion or charm.
tr.v. phil·tered, phil·ter·ing, phil·ters also phil·tred or phil·tring or phil·tres
To enchant with or as if with a philter.
[French philtre, from Old French, from Latin philtrum, from Greek philtron, from philein, to love, from philos, beloved, loving.]
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a drink supposed to arouse love, desire, etc
[C16: from Latin philtrum, from Greek philtron love potion, from philos loving]
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A love potion originally made by combining wine, herbs and drugs.
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|Noun||1.||philtre - a drink credited with magical power; can make the one who takes it love the one who gave it|
potion - a medicinal or magical or poisonous beverage
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philtrephilter (US) [ˈfɪltəʳ] N → filtro m
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philtre, (US) philter
n → Zaubertrank m; (= love philtre) → Liebestrank m
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