Definición de aqua vitae en inglés:

aqua vitae

Silabificación: aq·ua vi·tae
Pronunciación: /ˈäkwə ˈvītē, ˈvēˌtī, ˈakwə
 
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sustantivo

Strong alcoholic spirit, especially brandy.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This book even shows the origins of aqua vitae, akvavit and usquebaugh, all very important substances today!
  • The use of more sophisticated equipment eventually enabled alchemists to produce aqua ardens, ‘burning water’, or an alcohol and water compound that would burn, and aqua vitae, ‘water of life’, or alcohol.
  • However, the first written record appears in the Exchequer Rolls of 1494, noting that a certain Friar Cor was in possession of eight bolls of malt to produce aqua vitae (our ‘water of life’).

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin, literally 'water of life'; compare with aquavit, eau-de-vie, usquebaugh, and whiskey.

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