Definition of diascordium
: a stomachic and astringent electuary made from the dried leaves of the water germander or other herbs
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Origin and Etymology of diascordium
New Latin, from Greek dia through, by means of + Greek skordion garlic germander, from skordon garlic; akin to Albanian hurdhë, hudhrë garlic, Old English scort short
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