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A philtre or philter is a magic potion.
The word came to Western languages through the Latin philtrum, this from the Greek φίλτρον, phíltron, a love potion; from Greek φίλος, phílos, "dear", "beloved"; thus a potion or concoction meant to secure someone's favors or affections.
The word may also refer to:
- Philtre (audio device), a now-discontinued Alesis desktop effects device
- Le Philtre, an 1831 opera by Daniel Auber
- Magnus Gangstad Jørgensen, a Norwegian electronic music artist using the name Philter.
- Philtre, an album by Nitin Sawhney
- "Philter", a track from The Fantastic Plastic Machine
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