electuary[ē lek′c̸ho̵̅o̅ er′ē, i-]
electuary definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Middle English electuarie ; from Late Latin electuarium ; from Classical Greek ekleikton ; from ekleichein, to lick out ; from ek-, out plush leichein, to lick
electuary definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. e·lec·tu·ar·ies
Origin: Middle English electuarie, from Late Latin ēlēctuārium, probably alteration of Greek ekleikton, from ekleikhein, to lick up : ek-, out; see eghs in Indo-European roots + leikhein, to lick; see leigh- in Indo-European roots.
electuary - Medical Definition