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'''Elixir''' (-is, ''n.'') vel '''elixirium'''<ref>Nonnumquam etiam '''elixyr(ium)''' et '''elixer(ium)'''. Declinatio et genus horum nominum patent ex usu in titulis Latinis librorum alchemicorum, quos invenies apud [http://www.alchemywebsite.com/britlib1.html "The Alchemy Website"] (aut vide [http://www.levity.com/alchemy/almss8.html hic]) et apud [http://hdelboy.club.fr/bibliot_phil_chim.html "Bibliotheca Chymica"].</ref> (a nomine [[Lingua Arabica|Arabico]] '''الإكسير''' ''al-ʾiksīr'', veri similiter a nomine [[Lingua Graeca|Graeco]] ξήριον i.e. ''pulvis medicinalis'', ab adiectivo ξηρός i.e. ''aridus'')<ref>Raja Tazi, ''Arabismen im Deutschen'' (1998), [http://books.google.com/books?id=GHaGxm4TZ5wC&pg=PA136&source=gbs_toc_r&cad=0_0&sig=ACfU3U089pbNHIaZhI6iKt8y-h2XQgSQQQ#PPA121,M1 p.121]</ref><ref>J.D. Latham, 'Arabic into Medieval Latin (3): Letters D-F, ''M.L.D''', ''Journal of Semitic Studies'', 34 (1989), pp.463-464</ref> est [[potio]] [[medicina]]lis aut [[Ars magica|magica]]. Praecipue indicat unam e rebus sequentibus:
 
*([[alchemia]]:) Potio quae convertat metalla vilia in aurum ([[lapis philosophorum]]), aut quae reddat immortalitatem ([[elixir vitae]]), aut quae curet morbos omnes ([[panacea]]).
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