Definition of Ficin
1. an enzyme [n -S] - See also: enzyme
Medical Definition of Ficin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ficin
ficin (current term)
fick's law of diffusion
Literary usage of Ficin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Histoire de L'école D'Alexandrie by Jules Simon (1845)
"Édition grecque-latine, avec la traduction, les notes et les arguments de Marsile ficin, Bas., 1580, fol. La même, avec la date de 1615. ..."
2. The Phantom World: Or, The Philosophy of Spirits, Apparitions, &c by Augustin Calmet (1850)
"Marsilius ficin was at that time dwelling at Florence, and died there at the same hour that he had appeared and spoken to his friend. ..."
3. The Christian Examiner (1846)
"As in life, so shall it be in death ; like shall be joined to like, in both work and recompense."! What Plato believed, and • Page 58. — ficin. p. ..."