A and D Ointment

мазь "Эй энд Ди"
Мазь-суспензия, используемая при раздражениях кожи и небольших ожогах, производства компании "Шеринг-Плау" [Schering-Plough Corp.]

English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2013.

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  • Ointment in Scripture — • That the use of oily, fragrant materials to anoint the body is a custom going back to remote antiquity is evidenced by the Old Testament as well as other early literatures. . . Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ointment in Scripture… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Ointment — Oint ment, n. [OE. oinement, OF. oignement, fr. F. oindre to anoint, L. ungere, unguere; akin to Skr. a[ n]j, and to G. anke (in Switzerland) butter. The first t in the E. word is due to the influence of anoint. Cf. {Anoint}, {Unguent}.] That… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ointment — An ointment is a viscous semisolid preparation used topically on a variety of body surfaces. These include the skin and the mucus membranes of the eye (an eye ointment ), vagina, anus, and nose. An ointment may or may not be… …   Wikipedia

  • Ointment Seller, The — (Unguentarius, Mastiˇckáˇr) (ca. 1340)    The 14th century Czech Latin play known as Mastiˇckáˇr, or The Ointment Seller, is an Easter mystery play concerned with the visit of the three Marys to a seller of balms and spices, from whom they… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • ointment — [[t]ɔ͟ɪntmənt[/t]] ointments 1) N MASS An ointment is a smooth thick substance that is put on sore skin or a wound to help it heal. A range of ointments and creams is available for the treatment of eczema... I saw his legs being bathed and new… …   English dictionary

  • Ointment — A medication preparation that is applied topically (onto the skin). An ointment has an oil base whereas a cream is water soluble. (The word ointment comes from the Latin ungere meaning anoint with oil). * * * A semisolid preparation usually… …   Medical dictionary

  • ointment base — a vehicle for the medicinal substances carried in an ointment. Ointment bases are divided into hydrocarbon bases, which are oleaginous; absorption bases, which include both anhydrous and water in oil emulsions and are able to incorporate aqueous… …   Medical dictionary

  • ointment — oint|ment [ˈɔıntmənt] n [U and C] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: oignement, from Latin unguentum, from unguere; UNGUENT] a soft cream that you rub into your skin, especially as a medical treatment →fly in the ointment at ↑fly3 (5) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ointment — tepalas statusas Aprobuotas sritis farmacinės formos apibrėžtis Vartoti ant odos skirtas puskietis vienadozis arba daugiadozis preparatas, sudarytas iš vienos fazės pagrindo, kuriame gali būti išsklaidomos kietosios ar skystosios medžiagos.… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • ointment — noun a viscous preparation of oils and/or fats, usually containing medication, used as a treatment or as an emollient. (compare with cream) Syn: salve, unguent See Also …   Wiktionary

  • ointment — Synonyms and related words: balm, balsam, blunt, boodle, brass, bread, brilliantine, bucks, cabbage, cerate, chips, chrism, chrismal, chrismation, chrismatory, chrisom, cold cream, collyrium, cream, demulcent, dinero, dough, dressing, embrocation …   Moby Thesaurus

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