Admove
Admove Ad*move", v. t. [L. admovere. See {Move}.] To move or conduct to or toward. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster]

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  • admove — apply thou …  

  • admove — …   Useful english dictionary

  • admovent — † admovent, ppl. a. Obs. 0 [ad. L. admovent em pr. pple. of admovē re: see admove.] ‘Moving to.’ Bailey, vol. II, 1731. ‘Not much used.’ Ash 1775. (Perh. only in Dicts.) …   Useful english dictionary

  • admov. — (in prescriptions) 1. apply. [ < L admove] 2. let it be applied. [ < L admoveatur] * * * …   Universalium

  • adm — administration; admission; apply [Lat. admove] * * * adm abbr 1) administration; administrator 2) admission; admit …   Medical dictionary

  • SACCHARUM — Dioscoridi Σάκχαρον, Arriano Σάκταρον, recentioribus Graecis Σάχαρ et Σάχαρι, Indis Sachar, aliud nativum est, aliud factitium. Illud Saccharum Mambu hodie vocatur, et cum saccharo Dioscoridis ac Plinii, l. 12. c. 1. mannaque Veter. idem est, et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • adm — • administration; • admission; • apply [Lat. admove] …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

  • admov. — (in prescriptions) 1. apply. [ < L admove] 2. let it be applied. [ < L admoveatur] …   Useful english dictionary

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