haustus

haus·tus

(haws'tŭs),
A potion or medicinal draft.
[L. a drink, draft]

haustus

An obsolete term for:
(1) A potion.
(2) A measure of a liquid form of a particular medicine.

haus·tus

(h) (haw'stŭs)
A potion; medicinal beverage.
[L. a drink, draft]

haus·tus

(haw'stŭs)
A potion or medicinal draft.
[L. a drink, draft]
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Haustus.' (And here the surgeon came and cupped him)
<< produit de la recolte d'un olivier >> qu'il ecarte a bon droit du dossier, en y voyant une forme rurale, reposant sur la monophtonguaison du nom d'action haustus, [??] << action de puiser, de recueillir >> concretise au sens de << cueillette, recolte >>.
his quidam signis atque haec exempla secuti esse apibus partem diuinae mentis et haustus aetherios dixere; deum namque ire per omnis terrasque tractusque maris caelumque profundum; hinc pecudes, armenta, uiros, genus omne ferarum, quemque sibi tenuis nascentem arcessere uitas: scilicet huc reddi deinde ac resoluta referri omnia, nec morti esse locum, sed uiua uolare sideris in numerum atque alto succedere caelo.
For her, the goddess, the water would truly be like nectar (haustus aquae mihi nectar erit, 6.356).
Vida, Epistola, 2: Scipioni Vegio Medico, 7-10: Tu revocare animas in lucem corpore functas/faucibus ex Orci, atque hominum producere fata;/tu potes in media cymbam Styge sistere onustam,/et vetitam nautae seniori avertere praedam; Hieronymo Fracastoro, Ad Danielem Rhainerium Veronae Praefectum, Senatorem amplissimum, 17-21; scilicet et sacra est medicina, vetusque deorum/inventum, et sacri medici, quibus auctor Apollo:/qui revocare animas iam caligantibus Orci/faucibus impositas ad carae munera vitae, aetheriosque haustus, et dulcia lumina possunt.