magnetofluid etymology

English word magnetofluid comes from English fluid, English magneto-

Detailed word origin of magnetofluid

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
fluid English (eng) Any substance which can flow with relative ease, tends to assume the shape of its container, and obeys Bernoulli's principle; a liquid, gas or plasma. (not comparable) Of or relating to fluid.. (of an asset) Convertible into cash.. (rare) Genderfluid.. In a state of flux; subject to change.. Moving smoothly, or giving the impression of a liquid in motion.
magneto- English (eng)
magnetofluid English (eng) Any fluid whose rheological properties are modified by a magnetic field.

Words with the same origin as magnetofluid

Descendants of fluid
corflu
Descendants of magneto-
MD MHD MHDD MPDP magnetoabsorption magnetocalorimetry magnetocapillary magnetochiral magnetodynamic magnetometry magnetomotive magnetomotor magnetomyography magnetopause magnetoresistor magnetoresponsive magnetorotational magnetosensation magnetosonic magnetosphere magnetostrictive magnetotaxis magnetotellurics magnetotransport