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21. azoc, azogo n.

Additional spellings: azogo
2 quotations in 1 sense
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Alch. Mercury, quicksilver.

22. bain n.

8 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Bathing, or water prepared for bathing; maken a bain, prepare a bath; (b) a place for bathing, such as a bath chamber or public bath; (c) alch. a water bath for heating substances.

23. balne, -nie n.

Additional spellings: balnie
2 quotations in 1 sense
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Alch. A water bath kept at less than boiling temperature; balne of Marie.

24. baptēme, -esme, -isme, -īme n.

Additional spellings: baptesme, baptisme, baptime
34 quotations in 5 senses
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The act, ceremony, or sacrament of baptism; the fact of being baptized; also fig.; bapteme water, water of bapteme, water used in baptism; ben hight in bapteme, be given a Christian name; name of

25. bās(e n.

Additional spellings: base
27 quotations in 3 senses
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(a) The foundation or base (of a building or some other structure); bas ston, the ground course of stone; bas pece, ?the landing (of the stairs); (b) the base (of a pillar), the pedestal (of a statue…

26. basilisk n.

9 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) A fabulous serpent whose glance kills, basilisk; (b) alch. the name of a certain substance that transmutes or 'slays' matter, elixir.

27. bath n.

68 quotations in 6 senses
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(a) The action of taking a bath; an instance of such action, a bath; (b) the water, usually heated, in which one bathes, or a quantity of such water; maken bath, prepare a bath; bath water.

28. blā̆k n.

61 quotations in 4 senses
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(a) The color black, a black or dark color; (b) her. sable; (c) (the) broun and (the) blak, persons of all kinds, everyone.

29. blā̆knes(se n.

Additional spellings: blaknesse
22 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) Black or dark color, blackness; swarthiness; (b) fig. foulness, wickedness; (c) alch. the blackness characteristic of the putrefaction of metals; the initial putrefactive stage in transmutation.

30. bleu n.

32 quotations in 4 senses
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(a) Blue or blue-purple color; faded bleu, pale or dull blue; orient bleu, bright blue; sad bleu, deep blue; (b) as a symbol of stability and constancy.

31. blọ̄d n.(1)

295 quotations in 12 senses
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(a) Blood; drauen blod, to draw blood; leten blod, sheden blod, spillen blod, shed blood; cause bloodshed, take life; as red as blod; (b) leten blod, to bleed (a person), phlebotomize; fig. to wound…

32. bō̆dī n.

333 quotations in 14 senses
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(a) The whole physical frame of a living being; physique, body; bodi-lich, body [cp. līch body]; assaien bodi, test (one's) physique or physical prowess; (b) build, stature, figure; (c) bodi and

33. bōras n.

16 quotations in 1 sense
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Name given to several minerals; prob. borax, malachite, sodium carbonate, verdigris, and possibly others: (a) an ingredient in preparations for soldering metals and for fastening gold leaf; also, a…

34. brēd n.(1)

140 quotations in 6 senses
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(a) Bread as a staple food; any food baked from dough or paste, such as leavened or unleavened bread, rolls, biscuit, cake, and pastry; (b) bred and water (milk), the diet of fasting or penance; (c) c

35. brid n.

162 quotations in 8 senses
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(a) A bird of any kind; briddes and bestes; (b) brid of prai, a bird of prey; brid of gentris, a noble bird; brid of plesaunce, a bird used in the sport of hunting; feld brid, wild fowl; (c) a bird as…

36. brim-stōn n.

Additional spellings: brimston
33 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) The mineral sulphur; (b) quik brim-ston, native or virgin sulphur; ded brim-ston, sulphur which has been rendered inert; poudre of brim-ston, flowers of sulphur; brim-ston water, water containing…

37. brọ̄ther n.

207 quotations in 6 senses
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(a) A brother or half-brother by blood relationship; (b) pl. brothers; (c) brotheres doughter (sone, wif), a brother's daughter (son, wife); brotheres love, love for (one's) brother; brotheres slaier

38. calcināciǒun n.

5 quotations in 1 sense
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Alch. The process of reducing a substance to powder, or the like, by heating it; naturel calcinacioun, treu calcinacioun, changing the nature of a substance by heating.

39. calcināt ppl.

2 quotations in 1 sense
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Alch. Reduced by calcination, calcined.

40. calcīnen v.

10 quotations in 1 sense
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Alch. & med. (a) To reduce (sth.) to powder by heating; (b) to change the nature of (sth.) by heating in a certain way.