noun li·tharge \ˈli-ˌthärj, li-ˈ\

Definition of LITHARGE

:  a fused lead monoxide; broadly :  lead monoxide

Origin of LITHARGE

Middle English, from Anglo-French litarge, from Latin lithargyrus, from Greek lithargyros, from lithos + argyros silver — more at argent
First Known Use: 14th century
Medical Dictionary


noun li·tharge \ˈlith-ˌärj, lith-ˈ\

Medical Definition of LITHARGE

:  lead monoxide obtained in flake or powdered form; broadly :  lead monoxide—compare massicot


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