Meaning of TISANE in English

tə̇ˈzan noun

( -s )

Etymology: French, from Latin ptisana peeled barley, barley water — more at ptisan

: an infusion originally of barley but now usually of dried leaves or flowers (as linden blossoms or camomile or cherry stems) that is used as a beverage or for mildly medicinal effects : ptisan

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