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aetio-

aetio-
for words beginning thus, see those beginning etio-.

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  • aetio- — element used in chemistry and indicating a fundamental degradation product of a complex organic compound [Flood], from Latinized comb. form of Gk. aitia a cause, an origin (see ETIOLOGY (Cf. etiology)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • aetio- — see etio …   Useful english dictionary

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  • MEROVEUS — Francorum tertius a Pharamundo, post Clodionem Comatum, Rex, A. C. 448. Aetio, Romanorum Duci, et Theodorico Visigothorum Regi iunctus, Attilam A. C. 451. prope Aurelianum, devicit. Posteâ regni suit terminos; a fluv. Samaro, extendit, usque in… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • etio- — combining form or aetio or aitio Etymology: Medieval Latin aetio , from Greek aitio , from aitia more at etiology 1. : cause etio …   Useful english dictionary

  • ANGLIA — Insulae Britanniae pars, olim Albion, seu Albania, ab albis rupibus (ur quidam volunt) quae primum illuc navigantibus apparent, sic dicta. Hodie in duaspartes dividitur, Angliam proprie sic dictam, veteribus Lhoegriam, et Cambriam, seu Walliam.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • TECOLITHOS — nomen gemmae, quae et Syriacus Lapis et Iudacicus Aetio, a calculis liquefaciendis comminuendisque nomen accepit. Plin. l. 37. c. 10. Tecolithos oleae nucleus videtur, neque est ei gemmaehonos, sed lingentium calculos frangit pellitque. Ubi… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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