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catholicon

[kuh-thol-i-kuh n] /kəˈθɒl ɪ kən/
noun
1.
a universal remedy; panacea.
Origin of catholicon
late Middle English
1375-1425
1375-1425; late Middle English < Medieval Latin < Greek katholikón neuter of katholikós catholic
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catholicon

/kəˈθɒlɪkən/
noun
1.
a remedy for all ills; panacea
Word Origin
C15: from Medieval Latin; see catholic
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