potion

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Etymology[edit]

Middle English pocioun, from Old French pocion, from Latin pōtiō (a drinking), potionis, from pōtāre (to drink).

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Noun[edit]

potion (plural potions)

  1. A small portion or dose of a liquid which is medicinal, poisonous, or magical.
    He hoped to win the princess’s heart by mixing the love potion the witch gave him into her drink.

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Verb[edit]

potion (third-person singular simple present potions, present participle potioning, simple past and past participle potioned)

  1. (obsolete) To drug.
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