noun, plural col·lyr·i·a [kuh-leer-ee-uh], /kəˈlɪər i ə/, col·lyr·i·ums.
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The specimen of Collyrium-Wyeth examined was a clear, colorless liquid having a faint odor like benzaldehyd.
One was termed Achariston, from its cheapness; and this collyrium repeatedly occurs on the oculist-seals.
I have already had occasion to speak of the signification and qualities of the collyrium named Melinum.
The nature and composition of the Collyrium Dialibanum we have already had occasion to consider under a former head.
Aetius recommends the collyrium Psoricum against “scabros ac corrosos angulos, et intensos pruritus, milphoses et prurigines.”