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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 ...

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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 ...

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Dictionaries - King James Dictionary - Nitre. Nitre. A mineral; carbonate of soda. As he that taketh away a garment in cold weather, and as vinegar upon NITRE, ...

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ni'-ter (nether; nitron): Nitre as used in the King James Version does not correspond to the present use of that term. Nitre or niter is now applied to sodium or ...

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Niter is one of the few nitrate minerals that is available on the mineral markets. Nitrates are not all that commonly found due to their general ease in dissolving in  ...

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(Elements & Compounds) another name for potassium nitrate, sodium nitrate. [ C14: via Old French from Latin nitrum, from Greek nitron natron]. Collins English ...

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He remembered walls of pale red stone festooned with patches of nitre, a grey door of splintered wood, four inches thick and studded with iron. A Game of ...

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English[edit]. Etymology[edit]. French nitre, Latin nitrum native soda, natron. Pronunciation[edit]. Rhymes: -aɪtə(ɹ). Noun[edit]. nitre (countable and uncountable, ...