natrophilite etymology

English word natrophilite comes from Proto-Indo-European *sker-, Proto-Indo-European *kor, Norwegian Nynorsk amid ((chemistry) an amide.), Norwegian Nynorsk karbamid (Carbamide, urea.), Norwegian Bokmål amid ((chemistry) an amide.), Norwegian Bokmål karbamid (Carbamide, urea.), Ancient Greek γεννάω, Ancient Greek ὕδωρ, English soda, Malay (macrolanguage) -ium, Ancient Greek δεύτερος

Detailed word origin of natrophilite

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*sker- Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro) cut, to turn, bend, to bend, turn, shear, to twist, bend, dung, manure
*kor Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
amid Norwegian Nynorsk (nno) (chemistry) an amide.
karbamid Norwegian Nynorsk (nno) Carbamide, urea.
amid Norwegian Bokmål (nob) (chemistry) an amide.
karbamid Norwegian Bokmål (nob) Carbamide, urea.
γεννάω Ancient Greek (grc)
ὕδωρ Ancient Greek (grc)
soda English (eng) (card games) The first card in the dealing box in the game of faro, which is discarded to leave 51 cards in play.. (chiefly, US, regional, especially, in the northeast, countable) A glass, bottle or can of this drink.. (chiefly, US, regional, especially, in the northeast, uncountable) Any carbonated (usually sweet) soft drink.. (uncountable) Carbonated water (water impregnated with [...]
-ium Malay (macrolanguage) (msa)
δεύτερος Ancient Greek (grc)
oxygène French (fra) Oxygen.
hydrogène French (fra) Hydrogen.
-yl English (eng) (organic chemistry) A univalent radical or functional group formed from a given molecule. Thus propyl from propane, benzyl from benzene, and so forth.
carbonis Latin (lat)
carbon English (eng) (countable) An atom of this element, in reference to a molecule containing it.. (countable, informal) A carbon copy.. (countable, informal) A sheet of carbon paper.. (ecology, uncountable) Carbon dioxide, in the context of global warming and climate change.. (uncountable) The chemical element (symbol C) with an atomic number of 6.. A carbon rod or pencil used in an arc lamp.. A fossil fuel [...]
hydrogen English (eng) The lightest chemical element (symbol H), with an atomic number of 1 and atomic weight of 1.00794.. A sample of the element.. An atom of the element.. Molecular hydrogen (H2), a colourless, odourless and flammable gas at room temperature.
manganese English (eng) A metallic chemical element (symbol Mn) with an atomic number of 25.
natrophilite English (eng) (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal yellow mineral containing manganese, oxygen, phosphorus, and sodium.

Words with the same origin as natrophilite

Descendants of *sker-
course current debt delivery describe despite die due effect effort exact example exchange exist exit expect experience experiment harry her here rape rock row say
Descendants of *kor
coronary coronation crown
Descendants of amid
Cwm Silicon Silicon Hills Silicon Sentier Silicone Valley carbazotic acid carbimide carbon carbuncle chyazic acid ekasilicon halon hexacarbonyl hydricity hydrogen monosodium glutamate shrapnel silico- silicomolybdic acid silicon alkoxide silicon germanium silicon photonics siliconise sodide sodium thucholite
Descendants of karbamid
Descendants of γεννάω
azidooxygenation deoxyribonucleic desoxyribonucleic desoxyribose dihydroxycholecalciferol gox lox nox oxo- oxononanoate oxy- oxybenzene oxycorticoid oxygen oxyluciferin oxynitrate oxypnictide oxyresveratrol oxysome oxysulphate silico-skeletal
Descendants of ὕδωρ
MHDD conhydrine dropsy hydra hydrase hydrate hydrazine hydriodic hydrobenzoin hydrocarbon hydrocarbonate hydrochloric hydroelectric hydroferrocyanate hydrofluoric hydrofoil hydrogenic hydrotelluric hydroxide hydroxylamine namansilite quinizarin
Descendants of soda
nahcolite sodian sodion
Descendants of -ium
germanate germanene germanic germanite germanium germanone germyl hydrogode hydrolley hydrolox
Descendants of δεύτερος
deuterocanonical deuteropathy deuterostome