|Leobin of Chartres|
Tonsure: the act of shaving some part of the head as a religious rite, especially signifying entrance into a monastic order
Waterboarding: a harsh interrogation technique in which water is poured onto the face and head of an immobilized victim so as to induce a fear of drowning.
Dropsy: infusion of serous fluid into the interstices of cells in tissue spaces or into body cavities, now called edema, a plural noun which does not have a singular form.
Leobin eventually recovered and rose through the ranks, becoming an abbot and then the Bishop of Chartres. He was reputed to have miraculous healing power, especially the power to cure dropsy. Following his death, he became the patron of innkeepers and wine merchants.