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Let a mixture be made fiat pulvis (ft. ): let a powder be made fiat pulvis subtilis (ft. pulv. r. ): let it be made according to the rules of practice fiat solutio (ft. ): let a solution be made fiat unguentum (ft. ): let an ointment be made fibra: fiber fictile: an earthenware container ficus: fig filix: a fern 28 filtrum: a filter fimbria (pl. ): yellow flexibilis or flexilis: flexible; supple flocci volitantes: a type of vision impairment in which one sees objects flying before the eyes floccus: a tuft of wool flos: flower fluctus: wave fluiddrachma: fluid drachm fluidextractum (fldext.

Copper cura: care; healing curatio [healing]: the treatment of disease curatus: cared for curcuma: turmeric cuspidatus: a pointed tooth cutis: the skin cutis anserina [goose flesh]: goose bumps or goose pimples cutis capitis: the scalp cyanidum: cyanide cyathus [a ladle used for filling wine-glasses]: a wineglass; a wineglassful cyathus amplus (cyath. ) or cyathus magnus (cyath. ): a tumblerful cyathus parvus (cyath. ) or cyathus vinarius (cyath. ) or cyathus vinosis (cyath. ): to be given dare: to give de die: while still day de die in diem (de d.

Ae. or pt. ): to be applied to the affected part parti affectae pingendus: to be painted on the affected part partitis vicibus (part. ): weighing penicillum: a small brush peniculum camelinum (pen. cam. or penicul. ): a camel-hair brush peniculus: a brush; a sponge penis [tail]: the male sex organ penna: a feather pepsinum: pepsin pepticus: digestive peptonatus: peptonized per biduum: for two days per cribrum trajicere: to pass through a sieve per diem [by the day]: daily per horam: for an hour, by the hour 54 per infortunium: by accident per mensem [by the month]: monthly; for each month per os: by mouth per singulos dies: day by day; every day per somnum: asleep per tres consequentes noctes: for three consecutive nights per triduum: for three days perendie: on the day after tomorrow perforatus: pierced peroxidum: peroxide perpolitio: a polishing perstetur (P.

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