medicine


medicine
Medicine, Medicina.
Medicine ou bruvage où il y a de la saulge, Saluiatum.
Medecine pour les yeux, Medicamentum oculorum.
Medecine qui guarit soubdainement, Praesens medicina.
Medecine qu'on baille à toutes bestes qui portent somme, Veterinaria medicina.
Appliquer medecine, Admouere curationem ad aliquem.
Il ne sera pas temps de faire la medecine, Non erit locus faciendae medicinae.
Cette herbe porte medecine, Auxiliatur morbis haec herba, Medicinam affert vel efficit, Medicamentosa est, aut medicinalis.
Cette herbe porte medecine pour les pasturages envenimez, Pabulis venenatis resistit haec herba.
Qui ne vaut rien à faire medecines, Nullius in medecina momenti.
Se porter bien de la medecine qu'on à prinse, Sentire medicinam.
Celuy qui appreste medecines et les vend, Pharmacopola.
A quoy on peut remedier par medecine, Medicabilis.
User de medecine, Medicinam adhibere.
Estre sçavant en medecine, Tenere medicinae scientiam.
Fort sçavant en medecine, Pollens medicina.
Qui a escrit la medecine par vers, Vates medicinae.

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