Origin of potionMiddle English pocion from Old French from Classical Latin potio from potare, to drink: see potable
A love potion
An example of a potion is an herbal tincture thought to make someone fall in love with the person who gives it to them.
Origin of potionMiddle English pocion from Old French from Latin pōtiō pōtiōn-; see pō(i)- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present potions, present participle potioning, simple past and past participle potioned)
- (obsolete) To drug.
From Middle English pocion, from Latin pÅtiÅ (“a drinking"), potionis, from pÅtÄre (“to drink").
potion - Medical Definition
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