physic


physic
Synonyms and related words:
Medicaid, Medicare, Newtonian physics, acoustics, aerophysics, aerospace medicine, aperient, applied physics, astrophysics, balm, balsam, basic conductor physics, biomedicine, biophysics, carminative, cathartic, chemical physics, clinical medicine, comparative medicine, constitutional medicine, cryogenics, crystallography, cure, cytophysics, diuretic, dosimetric medicine, drops, drug, electron physics, electronics, electrophysics, electuary, elixir, ethical drug, experimental medicine, generic name, geophysics, herbs, inhalant, internal medicine, laxative, leechcraft, leechdom, legal medicine, lincture, linctus, macrophysics, materia medica, mathematical physics, mechanics, medical jurisprudence, medicament, medication, medicinal, medicinal herbs, medicine, medicophysics, microphysics, military medicine, mixture, natural philosophy, natural science, naval medicine, neo-Hippocratic medicine, nonprescription drug, nuclear physics, officinal, optics, patent medicine, pharmacon, philosophy, physical chemistry, physical medicine, physical science, physicochemistry, physicomathematics, physics, powder, preclinical medicine, preparation, prescription drug, preventive medicine, proprietary, proprietary medicine, proprietary name, psychophysics, psychosomatic medicine, public health medicine, purgative, purge, radiation physics, radionics, simples, socialized medicine, solar physics, solid-state physics, space medicine, state medicine, statics, stereophysics, syrup, theoretical physics, theraputant, therapy, thermodynamics, tisane, tropical medicine, vegetable remedies, veterinary medicine, zoophysics

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Physic — Phys ic, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Physiced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Physicking}.] 1. To treat with physic or medicine; to administer medicine to, esp. a cathartic; to operate on as a cathartic; to purge. [1913 Webster] 2. To work on as a remedy; to heal;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Physic — Phys ic, n. [OE. phisike, fisike, OF. phisique, F. physique knowledge of nature, physics, L. physica, physice, fr. Gr. ?, fr. fysiko s natural, from fy sis nature, fr. ? to produce, grow, akin to E. be. See {Be}, and cf. {Physics}, {Physique}.] 1 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • physic — [fiz′ik] n. [ME fisike < OFr fisique < L physica, natural science (in ML, medicine) < Gr physikē < physis, nature < phyein, to produce, become: see BE] 1. rare var. of PHYSICS 2. Archaic the art or science of healing; medical… …   English World dictionary

  • Physic — (spr. fisik), ein in England gebräuchliches Abführmittel für Pferde, besteht aus Aloe, Ingwer und Palmöl oder grüner Seife. In Deutschland als Aloepille viel billiger …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • physic — index drug (noun), drug (verb) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • physic — c.1300, art of healing, medical science, also natural science (c.1300), from O.Fr. fisike natural science, art of healing (12c.), from L. physica (fem. sing.) study of nature, from Gk. physike episteme knowledge of nature, from fem. of physikos… …   Etymology dictionary

  • physic — n *remedy, cure, medicine, medicament, medication, specific …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • physic — archaic ► NOUN ▪ medicinal drugs or medical treatment. ORIGIN Latin physica, from Greek phusik epist m knowledge of nature …   English terms dictionary

  • Physic — Septimus Heap ist der Name einer Fantasyreihe von Angie Sage. Bis jetzt sind seit 2005 die vier Bände Magyk, Flyte, Physic und Queste erschienen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Überblick 2 Die Bücher 2.1 Magyk 2.2 Flyte 2.3 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • physic — n. & v. esp. archaic. n. 1 a medicine (a dose of physic). 2 the art of healing. 3 the medical profession. v.tr. (physicked, physicking) dose with physic. Phrases and idioms: physic garden a garden for cultivating medicinal herbs etc. Etymology:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • physic —    a laxative    Literally, any medical treatment:     The physic will clean him out real good. (L. Armstrong, 1955)    See also night physic …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms