silician etymology

English word silician comes from English silicon, English -ian

Detailed word origin of silician

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
silicon English (eng) (chemistry, countable) A single atom of this element.. (chemistry, uncountable) A nonmetallic element (symbol Si) with an atomic number of 14 and atomic weight of 28.0855. (slang) computer processor. (slang) computing.
-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.
silician English (eng) (mineralogy) Describing minerals containing silicon (especially when this replaces another element).

Words with the same origin as silician

Descendants of silicon
Silicon Valley aluminio-silicate barysilite bisilicate borosilicate disilicate disiloxane hexasiloxane in silico metasilicate natrosilite oligosiloxane pentasiloxane polysiloxane sila-explosive silicate silicide silicyne siloxane silsesquioxane sima tetrasilicate titan-osilicate trisiloxane
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