vulnerary

AnglaisModifier

ÉtymologieModifier

Du latin vulnerārius, issu de vulnus (« blessure »).

Adjectif Modifier

Nature Forme
Positif vulnerary
Comparatif more vulnerary
Superlatif most vulnerary

vulnerary

  1. Vulnéraire.
    • Rebecca examined the wound, and having applied to it such vulnerary remedies as her art prescribed, informed her father that [...] there was nothing to fear for his guest’s life. – Walter Scott, Ivanhoe, 1819.
    • Take, for example, the famous vulnerary ointment attributed to Paracelsus. – William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience, 1902, Folio Society 2008, p. 422 (note de bas de page).
  2. (Archaïsme) (Rare) Qui cause des blessures, blessant.

NotesModifier

Principalement restreint dans son usage moderne aux travaux sur l’ethnobotanique et la médecine traditionnelle.

Nom commun Modifier

Singulier Pluriel
vulnerary
\ˈvʌl.nə.ˌɹɛɹ.i\
vulneraries
\ˈvʌl.nə.ˌɹɛɹ.iz\

vulnerary

  1. Vulnéraire.

PrononciationModifier