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Spagʹiric Food

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Cagliostro’s “elixir of immortal youth” was so called from the Latin word spagirʹicus (chemical). Hence, chemistry is termed the “spagʹiric art,” and a chemist is a spagʹirist.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Southampton’s Wise Sons
Southern Gate of the Sun
Soutras
Sovereign
Sow (to rhyme with “now”)
Spa or Spa Water
Spade
Spadish Language (In)
Spafields (London)
Spagiric Art
Spagiric Food
Spagnaletto [the little Spaniard]
Spaie
Spain
Span New
Spaniel
Spanish Blades
Spanish Brutus (The)
Spanish Main
Spanish Money
Spanish Worm