Definition of Oxymel. Meaning of Oxymel. Synonyms of Oxymel

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Definition of Oxymel

Oxymel
Oxymel Ox"y*mel, n. [L. oxymeli, Gr. ???; ???? acid + ??? honey.] (Med.) A mixture of honey, water, vinegar, and spice, boiled to a sirup. --Sir T. Elyot.

Meaning of Oxymel from wikipedia

- Oxymel (from Latin 'acid and honey', from Ancient Gr**** ὀξύς 'acid', and μέλι 'honey') is a mixture of honey and vinegar, used as a medicine. Its name...
- The ancient Gr**** drink oxymel is made from vinegar and honey, and sekanjabin is a traditional Persian drink similar to oxymel. Other preparations, known...
- in ancient times for general pleasure and as an analgesic. Holy Sponge Oxymel Sekanjabin Switchel Dalby, Andrew. "Posca" entry in Food in the Ancient...
- drink". Liquor portal Gastrique – Caramelized sugar, deglazed with vinegar Oxymel – Mixture of honey and vinegar, used as a medicine Posca – Ancient Roman...
- pyment (q.v.). From the Gr**** omphakomeli, literally "unripe-grape-honey". Oxymel: Another historical mead recipe, blending honey with wine vinegar. From...
- of cough medicines containing dextromethorphan, opium tincture, squill oxymel and pholcodine to restricted medicines" (PDF). Retrieved 26 May 2019. "Some...
- cider vinegar, similar to switchel. Honey and vinegar mixtures such as oxymel have been used for purported health benefits since ancient times. The name...
- for the white vinegar. A bit of rose or orange water can also be added. Oxymel Shrub (drink) Switchel fa:سکنجبین Azita. "Turmeric & Saffron: Sekanjabin:...
- Mead is a fermented alcoholic beverage made of honey, water, and yeast. Oxymel is made of honey, vinegar, sea salt, and rain-water. Hydromel consists of...
- Most of the preparations reflect Roman methods (using ingredients such as oxymel and oenomel), but the Frankish love of raw bacon is also cited. The author...