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azoth

[ az-oth ]
/ ˈæz ɒθ /
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noun
mercury, regarded by alchemists as the assumed first principle of all metals.
the universal remedy of Paracelsus.
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Origin of azoth

1470–80; ≪ Arabic az zā'ūq the quicksilver
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British Dictionary definitions for azoth

azoth
/ (ˈæzɒθ) /

noun
the alchemical name for mercury, esp when regarded as the first principle of all metals
the panacea postulated by Paracelsus

Word Origin for azoth

from Arabic az-zā'ūq the mercury
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