collutory

[kol-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]

noun, plural col·lu·to·ries. Medicine/Medical.


Origin of collutory

< New Latin collūtōrium, equivalent to collū- (stem of Latin colluere to rinse, wash out; col- col-1 + -luere, combining form of lavere to wash) + -tōrium -tory1
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collutory in Medicine

collutory

[kŏlyə-tôr′ē]

n.

mouthwash
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