Definition of roborant in English:

roborant

Syllabification: rob·o·rant
Pronunciation: /ˈräbərənt, ˈrō-
 
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Medicine

adjective

(Chiefly of a medicine) having a strengthening effect.

noun

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A roborant medicine.

Origin

mid 17th century: from Latin roborant- 'strengthening', from the verb roborare, from robur, robor- 'strength'.

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