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Niter | Define Niter at Dictionary.com


We therefore conclude, that either the niter or the small excess of potassium bromide, or both together, produce the change. Scientific American Supplement, No.

Nitre | Define Nitre at Dictionary.com


c.1400, "native sodium carbonate," from Old French nitre (13c.), from Latin nitrum, from Greek nitron, which is possibly of Eastern origin (cf. Hebrew nether ...

Niter | Definition of Niter by Merriam-Webster


Middle English nitre natron, from Middle French, from Latin nitrum, from Greek nitron, from Egyptian nṯry. First Known Use: 1667 ...

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(KNO3) used especially as a fertilizer and explosive.

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[Middle English nitre, sodium carbonate, natron, from Old French, from Latin nitrum, from Greek nitron, from Egyptian nṯr.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...

niter American English definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary


Define niter in American English and get synonyms. What is niter? niter meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

Nitre Definition and Meaning - Bible Dictionary - Bible study


What is Nitre? Definition and meaning:NITRE ni'-ter (nether; nitron): Nitre as used in the King James Version does not correspond to the present use of that term.

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Aug 28, 2009 ... Top Definition. Niter. Person who only works at nite or person who is only functional at nite and may sleep all day. Similar to the Night Owl. 1.

nitre - definition of nitre in English | Oxford Dictionaries


Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries. ... Definition of nitre in English: nitre. (US niter) ...

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potassium nitrate; sodium nitrate. Origin of niter. Middle English nitre ; from Middle French ; from Classical Latin nitrum ; from Classical Greek nitron, native soda, ...

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Niter, or nitre ("chiefly British variant"), is the mineral form of potassium nitrate, KNO3, also known as saltpeter or saltpetre. Historically, the term "niter" was not ... More »
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