oxymel

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From Late Latin oxymel, from Latin oxymeli ‎(acid and honey), from Ancient Greek ὀξύμελι ‎(oxúmeli).

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oxymel ‎(plural oxymels)

  1. (historical, medicine) A mixture of honey, water, and vinegar, boiled to a syrup, sometimes mixed with herbs or spices.

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