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philter

[ fil-ter ]
/ ˈfɪl tər /
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noun
a potion, charm, or drug supposed to cause the person taking it to fall in love, usually with some specific person.
a magic potion for any purpose.
verb (used with object), phil·tered, phil·ter·ing.
to enchant or bewitch with a philter.
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Also especially British, philtre

Origin of philter

First recorded in 1580–90; from French philtre, from Latin philtrum; see philtrum

OTHER WORDS FROM philter

phil·ter·er, noun
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