Word of the week – Mithridate

noun Obsolete a compound believed to be a universal antidote against every poison and disease. [Medieval Latin mithridatum, variant of mithridatium (neuter singular) of or relating to Mithridates VI, c.132–63 BC, king of the ancient country Pontus.

Word sourced from the Macquarie Dictionary.

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