Definition of acetum in English:

acetum

noun

historical
  • Vinegar. Now historical.

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in The Grete Herball. From classical Latin acētum vinegar, use as noun of neuter of past participle of acēre to be sour.

Pronunciation:

acetum

/ˈasətəm//əˈsiːtəm/