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Coined by Paracelsus for a tincture he made containing opium < New Latin < Latin laudare (to praise), or ladanum (a gum resin) < Ancient Greek λάδανον (ladanon). Originally the same word as ladanum, ladbdanum, compare French laudanum, Italian laudano, ladano. See ladanum.

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Laudanum

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Laudanum (uncountable)
  1. A tincture of opium, once widely used for various medical purposes and as a recreational drug.

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French Wikipedia has an article on:
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  • IPA: /lɔ.da.nɔm/, SAMPA: /lO.da.nOm/

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Laudanum

  1. laudanum

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Laudanum

  1. laudanumet:laudanum

fr:laudanum io:laudanum ru:laudanum ta:laudanum te:laudanum vi:laudanum zh:laudanum

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