Definition of Copaibas

1. Noun. (plural of copaiba) ¹



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Definition of Copaibas

1. copaiba [n] - See also: copaiba

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Copaibas

cop-out
cop-outs
cop a plea
cop it
cop off
cop on
cop out
cop shop
cop shops
cop the bun
copacetic
copacking
copaiba
copaiba balsam
copaibas (current term)
copaid
copaiva
copaivas
copal
copaline
copalite
copalm
copalms
copals
coparaffinate
coparcenaries
coparcenary
coparcener
coparceners

Literary usage of Copaibas

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1. A Manual of the Practice of Surgery by William Fairlie Clarke (1879)
"Misce. A draught to be taken at bedtime. 38. Mist. copaibas. ... copaibas, Spts. sether. nitr., Spts. lavand. co 55 fl. J iss. ..."

2. The Pathology and treatment of venereal diseases: Including the Results of by Freeman Josiah Bumstead (1870)
"copaibas ... M. To be divided into pills of five grains each, and coated with sugar. R. copaibas gj. ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1908)
"The " Para" copaibas are perhaps more uniform, but as a class they are excluded ... So, therefore, we cannot exclude the copaibas which come in from South ..."

4. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention (1904)
"The German Pharmacopoeia has made only the heavy resinous copaibas official, ... and Angostura copaibas as the best. Our present Pharmacopoeia has leaned ..."

5. The Medical formulary: Derived from the Writings and Practice of Many of the by Benjamin Ellis (1854)
"... given by the French physicians in the form of enema, for the cure of gonorrhoea. Capsules containing it are also in common use. SG MORTON. R. copaibas ..."

6. Yearbook of Pharmacy edited by J. O. Braithwaite (1893)
"The PRESIDENT said it came as rather a new light to him that any of the copaibas were not brought from tropical America. Mr. DRUCE thought they had been ..."

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