Definition of Catholicon. Meaning of Catholicon. Synonyms of Catholicon

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Definition of Catholicon

Catholicon
Catholicon Ca*thol"i*con, n. [Gr. ?, neut. ?, universal. See Catholic.] (Med.) A remedy for all diseases; a panacea.

Meaning of Catholicon from wikipedia

- Catholicon may refer to: Catholicon, the conventual church at the centre of an abbey Katholikon, the primary church in an Orthodox or Eastern Catholic...
- The Summa grammaticalis quae vocatur Catholicon, or Catholicon (from the Gr**** Καθολικόν, universal), is a 13th-century Latin dictionary which found wide...
- In pre-modern medicine, catholicon was a soft electuary, so called as being supposedly universal in its curative and prophylactic abilities (see panacea);...
- The Catholicon Angli**** was an English-to-Latin bilingual dictionary compiled in the later 15th century. The Catholicon Angli**** was written in 1483....
- Catholicon (from Gr**** Καθολικόν, meaning "universal") is a 15th-century Breton-French-Latin dictionary. It is the first Breton dictionary and also the...
- Dictionary Dictionary of Old English Middle English Dictionary Historic Catholicon Angli**** (1483) The English Schoole-Master (1596) The New World of English...
- Antioch on the north side. The "Christ Pantocrator" mosaic, Catholicon dome Cross over the Catholicon South of the Aedicule is the "Place of the Three Marys"...
- courtyard lies the catholicon surrounded by the wings that house the monks' cells, the guest-house and the refectory. The catholicon, which is dedicated...
- scholarly debate on this subject. It is also possible that the large Catholicon dictionary, 300 copies of 754 pages, printed in Mainz in 1460, was executed...
- vernacular or simpler Latin were in use (e.g. the Leiden Glossary). The Catholicon (1287) by Johannes Balbus, a large grammatical work with an alphabetical...
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