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Definition of Hydromel

Hydromel
Hydromel Hy"dro*mel, n. [L. hydromel, hydromeli, Gr. ?; ? water + ? honey: cf. F. hydromel.] A liquor consisting of honey diluted in water, and after fermentation called mead.

Meaning of Hydromel from wikipedia

- from the German "Gewürze" and refers to various ****es added to mead. Hydromel: Name derived from the Gr**** hydromeli, i.e. literally "water-honey" (see...
- ita sinunt inveterare. Themison summus autor ****avit oxymel & hydromel. Est autem hydromel vinum ex aquae & melle confectum, unde & nome. Celebrant autores...
- several ****es) and majja (maybe equivalent of Sanskrit madhu, mead or hydromel), and renunciation of its usage constitutes the 5th of the Buddhist precepts...
- They are slave labour, kept alive only by regular doses of a drug called "hydromel", which is supplied by the corporation. The Doctor discovers that Terminus...
- and yeast. Oxymel is made of honey, vinegar, sea salt, and rain-water. Hydromel consists of simply honey and water. Rhodomel is a mixture of roses and...
- with olive oil. Plants and herbs such as dittany leaves, scordotis in hydromel and the root of verbena were used for relief during labor. Also, methodologies...
- Oral Tradition. 6/1: 35–57. 1991. "Performance and Norse Poetry: The Hydromel of Praise and the Effluvia of Scorn". Oral Tradition. 16/1: 168–202. 2001...
- there lived two sisters, ****ba and Sira. Sira bakes flour breads with "hydromel" (mead) to take to a mysterious person. ****ba follows her sister to a location...
- practice and theory. Les abeilles: pratique de leur culture: miel, cire, hydromel, 1885 - Bees: their culture: honey, wax, mead. Le rucher illustre, erreurs...
- make them faster and more savage. However, during Roman times, the use of hydromel for chariot race horses was punished by crucifixion. The evolution of horse...