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spiritus vinosus

[ spir-i-tuhs vahy-noh-suhs ]
/ ˈspɪr ɪ təs vaɪˈnoʊ səs /
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noun
(in prescriptions) spirits of wine; alcohol.
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Origin of spiritus vinosus

From Latin spīritus vīnōsus
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