Definition of Tinct. Meaning of Tinct. Synonyms of Tinct

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Definition of Tinct

Tinct
Tinct Tinct, a. [L. tinctus, p. p. of tingere to tinge. See Tinge.] Tined; tinged. [Archaic] --Spenser.
Tinct
Tinct Tinct, v. t. [See Tinge.] To color or stain; to imblue; to tint. [Archaic] --Bacon.

Meaning of Tinct from wikipedia

- Tinct is the eighth studio album by the American experimental electronic music ensemble Biota, released in 1988 by Recommended Records. All music is composed...
- Solve in Aquae Rosae, 3j.; et adde Oxymellis Simplicis 3j.; Tinct. Opii, ♏︎ v.; Tinct. Digitalis. ♏︎ x. Fiat Haustus, quartis vel ****tis horis sumendus...
- (Deodorized and Denarcotized) "Four times the strength of tincture, Used when Tinct. Opii U.S.P. is contraindicated" for $9.50 per pint, and (4) Opium (Aqueous)...
- and in divided portions, agitating after each addition. Lastly add the tinct. opii deod. and filter through paper, returning the first portions if necessary...
- Latin timere timid, timorous ting-, tinct- (TING) dye, moisten Latin tingere, tinctus aquatint, distain, mezzotint, tinct, tinctorial, tincture, tinge, tingent...
- and the / hemlocks Bearded with / moss, and in / garments / green, indis/tinct in the / twilight, Stand like / Druids of / eld, with / voices / sad and...
- tinct. tinctura tincture   t.i.w.   3 times a w**** mistaken for "twice a w****" top.   topical   TPN   total parenteral nutrition   tr, tinc., tinct....
- displacement, solitude, and the consequences of long-term institutionalization), Tinct (1988), the Awry 10" (1988, Bad Alchemy), and Tumble (1989), a commissioned...
- Fashingbauer Cooper (September 9, 2011). "McDonald's orange drink". Gen X-Tinct. Retrieved 2 July 2012. "McDonald's slogans used around the world, past...
- Latin timere timid, timorous ting-, tinct- (TING) dye, moisten Latin tingere, tinctus aquatint, distain, mezzotint, tinct, tinctorial, tincture, tinge, tingent...