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alumīnijs

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From English alumina (aluminum oxide), from Latin alumen (alum, bitter salt). The name of this metal in English, aluminum, was created from alumina in 1812 by Sir Humphrey David.

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Chemical element
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alumīnijs m (1st declension)

  1. aluminum (chemical element, a light, silvery metal, with atomic number 13)
    alumīnija rūdasaluminum ores
    alumīnija sakausējumialuminum alloys
    alumīnija traukialuminum utensils
    alumīnija caurulesaluminum tubes
    alumīnija skārdsaluminum sheet

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alumīnijs

  1. singular inessive form of alumīnij