Definition of spagyric in English:

spagyric

Line breaks: spa|gyr¦ic
Pronunciation: /spəˈdʒɪrɪk
 
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archaic or literary

adjective

Relating to alchemy: thousands proclaim themselves adept that have dealt little with spagyric matter
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  • Inevitably the spagyric art requires time for its goals to be accomplished.

noun

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An alchemist.
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  • The corporate philosophy bases on the ‘classical’ tradition of spagyrics and promotes the further development of this therapeutic approach for the future.

Origin

late 16th century: modern Latin spagiricus, used and probably invented by Paracelsus.

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