Learn how to say Tincture correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word tincture:
1a medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol:
the remedies can be administered in form of tinctures
a bottle containing tincture of iodine
British informal an alcoholic drink:
he’s a rough diamond, especially after a tincture or two
2a slight trace of something:
she could not keep a tincture of bitterness out of her voice
3 Heraldry any of the conventional colours (including the metals and stains, and often the furs) used in coats of arms.
be tinged or imbued with a slight amount of:
Arthur’s affability was tinctured with faint sarcasm
late Middle English (denoting a dye or pigment): from Latin tinctura ‘dyeing’, from tingere ‘to dye or colour’. tincture (sense 2 of the noun) (early 17th century) comes from the obsolete sense ‘imparted quality’, likened to a tint imparted by a dye