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Definition of Arcanum

Arcanum
Arcanum Ar*ca"num, n.; pl. Arcana. [L., fr. arcanus closed, secret, fr. arca chest, box, fr. arcere to inclose. See Ark.] 1. A secret; a mystery; -- generally used in the plural. Inquiries into the arcana of the Godhead. --Warburton. 2. (Med.) A secret remedy; an elixir. --Dunglison.

Meaning of Arcanum from wikipedia

- Arcanum may refer to: Arcanum (album), a 1996 album by Acoustic Alchemy The Arcanum (album), a 2000 album by Suidakra Arcanum, a piece of music by Ezequiel...
- Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura is a 2001 role-playing video game, developed by Troika Games, and published by Sierra On-Line for Microsoft...
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- Arcanum (spelled a͡rcānˈum on the cover) was a 1996 album released by Acoustic Alchemy, their penultimate release on the GRP jazz label. The production...
- Asplenium arcanum is a fern known from western Mexico and Nicaragua. Asplenium arcanum has fibrous roots and an upright rhizome (underground stem). The...
- The Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum, commonly known simply as the Royal Arcanum, is a fraternal benefit society founded in 1877 in Boston, M****achusetts...
- The Arcanum is a 1998 book by Janet Gleeson telling the story of the invention of European porcelain and the start of the porcelain industry outside China...
- chemist Christopher Glaser who prepared it and used medicinally. Known as arcanum duplicatum ("double secret") or panacea duplicata in pre-modern medicine...
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