silicatian etymology

English word silicatian comes from English silicate, English -ian

Detailed word origin of silicatian

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
silicate English (eng) (chemistry) Any salt of silica or of one of the silicic acids; any mineral composed of silicates.
-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.
silicatian English (eng) (mineralogy) Describing minerals containing silicate anions.

Words with the same origin as silicatian

Descendants of silicate
ferrosilite pentasil silicatization uranosilite zinalsite
Descendants of -ian
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