One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Drugs collectively; medicine, physic; (Scottish) †a drug or medicinal preparation (obsolete). Also (in later use): the action of administering drugs.
2Originally US. A place where drugs are kept for sale or use; a pharmacy, a drugstore.
Early 16th century. From Middle French droguerie, probably from drogue + -erie.
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