Definition for SAG'A-PEN, or SAG-A-PE'NUM

SAG'A-PEN, or SAG-A-PE'NUM, n. [Gr. σαγαπηνον.]

In pharmacy, an inspissated sap brought from Persia and the East in granules or in masses. It is a compact substance, heavy, of a reddish color, with small whitish or yellowish specks. – Encyc.

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