SALVE, noun sav. [Latin salvus.]
1. A glutinous composition or substance to be applied to wounds or sores; when spread on leather or cloth, it is called a plaster.
2. Help; remedy.
SALVE, verb transitive sav.
1. To heal by applications or medicaments. [Little Used.]
2. To help; to remedy. [Little Used.]
3. To help or remedy by a salvo, excuse or reservation. [Little Used.]
4. To salute. [Not in use.]