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English translation: fern ether

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Latin term or phrase:Filicis Aether
English translation:fern ether
Entered by: Dawn Montague
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10:05 Jul 14, 2001
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Medical
Latin term or phrase: Filicis aether
Recipe for worming medication

Als Taenifugium (F. M. Germ.*)
Rp.: Cort. Granati 60,0
mac. per horae 24 cum
Aq. destill. 300,0
Deinde coque ad [?] 150,0
adde
Extract. Filicis aether 2,0
D.s.: In drei Portionen tagsüber zu nehmen.
Rezepturpreis etwa 2,50 RM.
Dawn Montague
Local time: 15:03
fern ether
Explanation:
filicis: derived from ferns

fern
<botany> An order of cryptogamous plants, the Filices, which have their fructification on the back of the fronds or leaves. They are usually found in humid soil, sometimes grow epiphytically on trees, and in tropical climates often attain a gigantic size.

The plants are asexual, and bear clustered sporangia, containing minute spores, which germinate and form prothalli, on which are borne the true organs of reproduction. The brake or bracken, the maidenhair, and the polypody are all well known ferns. Christmas fern. See Christmas.

<botany> Climbing fern The European goatsucker. The short-eared owl. Fern shaw, a fern thicket.

Origin: AS. Fearn; akin to D. Varen, G. Farn, farnkraut; cf. Skr. Parna wing, feather, leaf, sort of plant, or Lith. Papartis fern.


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nafern ether
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naBracken (or Fern) ether
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Bracken (or Fern) ether


Explanation:
That's it :

Filicis is Genitive of Filix (Bracken/Fern, it's a plant called "Helecho" in Spain, quite common domestic plant indeed). Aether is Ether (the chemical extract).

Hope it helps!

Good luck, Flavio


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fern ether


Explanation:
filicis: derived from ferns

fern
<botany> An order of cryptogamous plants, the Filices, which have their fructification on the back of the fronds or leaves. They are usually found in humid soil, sometimes grow epiphytically on trees, and in tropical climates often attain a gigantic size.

The plants are asexual, and bear clustered sporangia, containing minute spores, which germinate and form prothalli, on which are borne the true organs of reproduction. The brake or bracken, the maidenhair, and the polypody are all well known ferns. Christmas fern. See Christmas.

<botany> Climbing fern The European goatsucker. The short-eared owl. Fern shaw, a fern thicket.

Origin: AS. Fearn; akin to D. Varen, G. Farn, farnkraut; cf. Skr. Parna wing, feather, leaf, sort of plant, or Lith. Papartis fern.





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