[ spuh-jeer-ik ]
/ spəˈdʒɪər ɪk /
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pertaining to or resembling alchemy; alchemic.
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Sometimes spa·gyr·i·cal .
Origin of spagyric
First recorded in 1550–1600; from New Latin spagiricus, used and probably coined by Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus
Words nearby spagyric
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How to use spagyric in a sentence
Examine it by spagyric art, and you will find that it is nothing else than a nitrous salt, which is dilated in the water.Manures and the principles of manuring|Charles Morton Aikman
That old spagyric raven is not the man fit for such a beauty, and I am rather inclined to take an interest in her myself.The Queen Pedauque|Anatole France
British Dictionary definitions for spagyric
/ (spəˈdʒɪrɪk) /
rare of or relating to alchemy
Derived forms of spagyricspagyrically, adverb
Word Origin for spagyric
C16: from New Latin spagiricus, probably coined by Paracelsus, of obscure origin
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