Healing vs Aesculapian - What's the difference?

healing | aesculapian |


As a noun healing

is the process where the cells in the body regenerate and repair themselves.

As a verb healing

is .

As an adjective aesculapian is

(literally) of or relating to the above greco-roman god of medicine.

healing

English

Noun

(wikipedia healing)
  • The process where the cells in the body regenerate and repair themselves.
  • An act of healing, as by a faith healer.
  • The psychological process of dealing with a problem or problems.
  • Derived terms

    * healing art

    Verb

    (head)
  • aesculapian

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (literally) of or relating to the above Greco-Roman god of medicine
  • ''The Aesculapian sanctuary on Kos island was also a center of medical learning and practice
  • (figuratively) medical, concerning healing
  • ''Water therapy at famous springs is an Aesculapian method which recently came back in fashion, as when Bath reemerged from archaelogy to high-society spa
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