- ip address,
- ipecac spurge,
- ipecac syrup,
Origin of ipecac
Examples from the Web for ipecac
Minnie May did not take kindly to the ipecac but Anne had not brought up three pairs of twins for nothing.
It fills the indications of hydrocyanic acid, ingluvin, ipecac or any other anti-emetic.
"Ipecac," cried Matrena Petrovna, and she made the general drink it.The Secret of the Night|Gaston Leroux
Combined with opium it had more pronounced diaphoretic effects than the compounds of opium and ipecac.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines|T. H. Pardo de Tavera
Just wait till I get the ipecac bottle—you mayn't have any at your house.
1710, borrowing via Portuguese of a shortened form of Tupi ipecacuana (a word attested in English from 1682), a medicinal plant of Brazil. The Indian word is said to mean "small plant causing vomit."