Medical Definition of Oleosaccharum

1. A class of preparations made by the trituration of a volatile oil (anise, fennel, lemon, etc.) with sugar; used as a diluent or corrigent of powerful or bad tasting drugs in powder form. Synonym: oil sugar. Origin: oleo-+ G. Saccharon, sugar (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oleosaccharum

oleomargarines
oleometer
oleometers
oleone
oleopalmitate
oleophilic
oleophobic
oleophobicity
oleoptene
oleoptenes
oleoresin
oleoresin capiscum
oleoresinous
oleoresins
oleos
oleosaccharum (current term)
oleosity
oleosome
oleostearate
oleosus
oleotherapy
oleovitamin
oleoyl
oleoyls
oleraceous
olericulture
oles
olestra
olestras
oleum

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