Embrocate



[em-broh-keyt, -bruh-] /ˈɛm broʊˌkeɪt, -brə-/

verb (used with object), embrocated, embrocating.
1.
to moisten and rub with a liniment or lotion.
/ˈɛmbrəʊˌkeɪt/
verb
1.
(transitive) to apply a liniment or lotion to (a part of the body)
v.

1610s, from Medieval Latin embrocatus, past participle of embrocare, from Greek embrokhe “lotion, fomentation,” from embrekhein, from en (see en- (2)) + brekhein “to water, wet,” related to brokhe. Related: Embrocated; embrocating.

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