Definition of Fluidram

1. Noun. A British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 60 minims or 3.5516 cubic centimeters.

Exact synonyms: Drachm, Fluid Drachm, Fluid Dram
Generic synonyms: British Capacity Unit, Imperial Capacity Unit
Terms within: Minim
Group relationships: Fluid Ounce, Fluidounce



2. Noun. A unit of capacity or volume in the apothecary system equal to one eighth of a fluid ounce.
Exact synonyms: Drachm, Fluid Drachm, Fluid Dram
Generic synonyms: United States Liquid Unit
Terms within: Minim
Group relationships: Fluid Ounce, Fluidounce

Definition of Fluidram

1. Noun. The dram (unit of volume). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fluidram

1. a unit of liquid capacity [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluidram

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fluidizer
fluidizers
fluidizes
fluidizing
fluidless
fluidlike
fluidly
fluidness
fluidnesses
fluidodynamics
fluidounce
fluidounces
fluidrachm
fluidrachms
fluidram (current term)
fluidrams
fluids
fluids and secretions
fluier
fluiest
fluish
flukan
flukans
fluke
fluked
flukelike
flukes
flukeworm
flukeworms

Literary usage of Fluidram

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1. The Standard Formulary: A Collection of Nearly Five Thousand Formulas for by Albert Ethelbert Ebert, A. Emil Hiss (1904)
"Each fluidram represents 71 gr. each of black haw and golden seal and 3^ gr. of ... Each fluidram represents about 10 gr. each of blue flag and wahoo. ..."

2. Modern Materia Medica and Therapeutics by Arthur Albert Stevens (1909)
"Chloroform and bromin, being very heavy, each drop about 250 drops to the fluidram ; tinctures, spirits, and fluid extracts drop from 130 to 150 drops to ..."

3. Dental materia medica and therapeutics by Hermann Prinz (1917)
"Number of Drops in a fluidram. Table showing number of drops in a ... with weight in grains and in grams: Drops in 1 fluidram (60m) Name Acid, aceticum 108 ..."

4. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1897)
"THE limited solubility of the official " crystallized " sodium phosphate—about 10 grains to the fluidram of water, at ordinary temperature—and the much less ..."

5. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1897)
"... to the fluidram of water, at ordinary temperature—and the much less solubility of the " dried and powdered " salt of commerce —often used—which is the ..."

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