1995, trade name for a powerful insomnia drug.
1998, proprietary name of drug manufactured by Pfizer company.
by 1917, American English, abbreviation of Masters of Business Administration, an educational degree attested by that name by 1912.
also PCP, drug with mind-altering effects, also known as angel dust, 1960s, from the full chemical name, phencyclidine, which was introduced in the 1950s as an anesthetic, limited to animal use in the 1960s, and emerged as a problem drug in the 1970s.
hypnotic sedative drug, 1961, the name is contracted from components of the compound, methyl + quinazolinone.
1891 (n.) "a contraceptive device or drug;" 1915 (adj.) "pertaining to contraception; preventing conception," from stem of contraception + -ive.