Ypocras
Ypocras Yp"o*cras, n. Hippocras. [Obs.] --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • Hypocras — (various spellings include ypocras, hippocras and hipocras) is a drink made from wine, possibly heated, and mixed with spices, most notably cinnamon. Its invention was traditionally attributed to the Greek physician Hippocrates (5th century BCE) …   Wikipedia

  • hippocras — /hip euh kras /, n. an old medicinal cordial made of wine mixed with spices. [1325 75; ME ypocras, appar. short for ypocras wyn (trans. of ML vinum hippocraticum; so called because clarified by filtering through a strainer named after… …   Universalium

  • spumeux — spumeux, euse [ spymø, øz ] adj. • v. 1363; lat. spumosus ♦ Didact. Qui a l aspect de l écume, qui contient de l écume. ⇒ écumeux. Méd. Expectoration spumeuse. ● spumeux, spumeuse adjectif (latin spumosus, de spuma, écume) Qui a l apparence de l… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • гипокрас — а, м. hypocras m. Тонизирующий напиток (сладкое вино с добавлением корицы). Ганшина. Пряный напиток, состоящий из вина с водой, с приправой сахара и всевозможных пряностей. Чудинов 1902. Гипокрас или кларет. 1795. Сл. пов. 2 422. И как для того,… …   Исторический словарь галлицизмов русского языка

  • hippocras — hip•po•cras [[t]ˈhɪp əˌkræs[/t]] n. vin (in the Middle Ages) a medicinal cordial of spiced wine • Etymology: 1325–75; ME ypocras, appar. short for ypocras wyn, trans. of ML vīnum hippocraticum; so called because filtered through a strainer named… …   From formal English to slang

  • hippocras — [hip′ə kras΄] n. [ME ypocras < OFr < Ypocras, Hippocrates, after ML vinum Hippocraticum, wine of Hippocrates: from being filtered through a strainer called “Hippocrates sleeve” (L manica Hippocratis)] a former cordial made of wine and… …   English World dictionary

  • hippocras — noun Etymology: Middle English ypocras, from Anglo French ipocras, from Ipocras Hippocrates, to whom its invention was ascribed Date: 14th century a mulled wine popular in medieval Europe …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Gilbertus Anglicus — also known as Gilbert of England (Circa 1180; cica 1250) was an English physician of the Medieval period. He is known chiefly for his encyclopedic work the Compendium of Medicine , ( Compendium Medicinae ,) most probably written between 1230 and… …   Wikipedia

  • Gottfried Kinkel — (Johann) Gottfried Kinkel (* 11. August 1815 in Oberkassel; † 13. November 1882 in Zürich) war ein deutscher evangelischer Theologe, Schriftsteller, Kirchenlieddichter und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hipocras — Der Hypocras, in anderen Schreibweisen auch hipocras, hippocrass, ypocrasse, ypocras, hypocras, hyppocras, ipocras oder ippocras, war ein mit Honig, später auch mit Zucker, stark gesüßter Gewürzwein, dem man im Mittelalter medizinische… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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