ti-sane - ti-'zan, - 'zan, n. Etymology: Middle English,from MiddleFrench, from Latin prisana, from Greek ptisanE, literally, crushed barley, from ptissein to crush - date: 14th century: an infusion (as of dried herbs) used as a beverage or for medicinal effects.

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