ptisan

noun
pti·​san | \tə̇ˈzan, ˈtizᵊn\
plural -s

Definition of ptisan 

: a decoction of barley with other ingredients broadly : tea, tisane

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History and Etymology for ptisan

Middle English tisane, from Middle French, from Latin ptisana peeled barley, barley water, from Greek ptisanē, from ptissein to peel, crush

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