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philter

noun phil·ter \ˈfil-tər\

Definition of PHILTER

1
:  a potion credited with magical power
2
:  a potion, drug, or charm held to have the power to arouse sexual passion
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Origin of PHILTER

Middle French philtre, from Latin philtrum, from Greek philtron; akin to Greek philos dear
First Known Use: circa 1587

Rhymes with PHILTER

Medical Dictionary

philter

noun phil·ter

Medical Definition of PHILTER

:  a potion, drug, or charm held to have the power to arouse sexual passion

Variants of PHILTER

phil·ter or chiefly British phil·tre \ˈfil-tər\

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