Definition of Maalox in English:

Maalox

noun

US
Pharmacology
  • A trademark for: an antacid containing dried aluminium hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide, formulated as a suspension or as chewable tablets for the relief of indigestion; a tablet of this.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in The Official Gazette. Probably from ma- + al- + -ox-.

Pronunciation

Maalox

/ˈmeɪlɒks/