English word solidus comes from Latin solidum ((physics, mathematics) solid (state of matter, shape).).

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Solidus detailed word origin explanation

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solidum Latin (lat) (physics, mathematics) solid (state of matter, shape).
solidus English (eng) (chemistry, physics) The line in a phase diagram marking the temperatures and pressures below which a given substance is a stable solid.. (historical) The weight of the Roman gold coin, 1/60 of a Roman pound under Diocletian or 1/72 lb. (about 4.5 grams) after Constantine.. (historical) Various medieval and early modern coins or units of account, particularly:. (obsolete) : an English unit [...]

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