manus Christi

noun manus Chris·ti \ -ˈkriˌstī \

Definition of manus Christi

plural manus Christi
:a cordial made by boiling sugar usually with rose water or violet water and formerly given to feeble persons

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Origin and Etymology of manus christi

Medieval Latin, literally, hand of Christ


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