Definition of alembroth
: a double chloride of ammonium and mercury believed by the alchemists to be a universal solvent —called also key of art, salt of wisdom
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Origin and Etymology of alembroth
Middle English alembroth, alembroke, albrot
First Known Use: circa 1726
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