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Greek origin ("art of transmuting materials"); those who practice the medieval forerunner of chemistry, which was based on the supposed transformation of matter
Latin origin ("luna" = "moon" belief that changes in the moon caused periodic insanity); mentally ill person (not technical)
Sanskrit origin ("five" or "five kinds of"); drink with juice, soda, spice and sometimes liquor
Latin origin ("taken as a tenth" or Old English "kill one of every ten"); drastically reduce the strength of something
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