nitrian etymology

English word nitrian comes from English -ian, English nitrogen

Detailed word origin of nitrian

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.
nitrogen English (eng) (countable) A specific nitrogen within a chemical formula, or a specific isotope of nitrogen. (uncountable) Molecular nitrogen (N2), a colorless, odorless gas at room temperature.. (uncountable) A chemical element (symbol N) with an atomic number of 7 and atomic weight of 14.0067.
nitrian English (eng) (mineralogy) Describing minerals containing nitrogen (especially when this replaces another element).

Words with the same origin as nitrian

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 nitrogen
N- N-tert-butyl- nitrilotriacetic