drachm

1 [dram]
noun British.
a dram in apothecaries' and troy weights, and sometimes in avoirdupois weights.

Origin:
learned spelling of dram

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drachm

2 [dram]
noun
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drachm (dræm)
 
n
1.  (Brit) Also called: fluid dram one eighth of a fluid ounce
2.  (US) another name for dram
3.  another name for drachma
 
[C14: learned variant of dram]

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drachm (drām)
n.
See dram.

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Half a drachm of oil of bergamot will render it more pleasant for use.
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