bromian etymology

English word bromian comes from English -ian, English bromine

Detailed word origin of bromian

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ian English (eng) (as a noun) Having a certain profession.. (as a noun) One from, belonging to, relating to, or like.. (as an adjective) From, related to, or like.
bromine English (eng) (countable) A bromine atom in a molecule. (uncountable) A nonmetallic chemical element (symbol Br) with an atomic number of 35; one of the halogens.
bromian English (eng) (mineralogy) Describing minerals that contain bromine.

Words with the same origin as bromian

Descendants of -ian
Berkhamstedian Flewian Hitchcockian Isidorian Nevadian Seussian Spillanian academician ache amazonian arcadian avian bohunk coelurosaurian comedian egalitarian mammalian pediatrician politician presbyterian sharifian suffix technician unitarian vulgarian
Descendants of bromine
bromal bromide bromide print bromide printing brominate brominism copper bromide curium bromide deuterium bromide diazobromide dibromide gold bromide iodobromite iron bromide manganous bromide mercury bromide pentabromide rubidium bromide selenium bromide silver bromide tetrabromide titanium bromide tribromide yttrium bromide