noun, plural un·guen·ta [uhng-gwen-tuh] /ʌŋˈgwɛn tə/.
Origin of unguentum
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Historical Examples of unguentum
It is a modification of the unguentum gyptiacum of old pharmacy.
Unlike the Unguentum Armarium, however, its composition was simple.Psychotherapy
James J. Walsh
Unguentum, L. Any soft, fatty substance applied to the skin by inunction.
Ointment of chloride of mercury; Unguentum hydrargyri chloridi, L. Prep.
Unguentum antipsoricum, L. Several excellent formul for itch ointments will be found under the names of their leading ingredients.