цирконий

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From German Zirkonium (zirconium), from German Zirkon (zircon), both formed in the 1780s from Arabic زَرْقُون(zarqūn).

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цирко́ний (cirkónijm (related adjective цирко́ниев)

  1. zirconium

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KazakhEdit

Cyrillic цирконий
Arabic تسيركوني
 
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Borrowed from Russian цирко́ний (cirkónij), from German Zirkonium (zirconium), from German Zirkon (zircon), both formed in the 1780s from Arabic زَرْقُون(zarqūn).

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цирконий (cïrkonïy)

  1. zirconium

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from German Zirkonium (zirconium), from German Zirkon (zircon), both formed in the 1780s from Arabic زَرْقُون(zarqūn).

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NounEdit

цирко́ний (cirkónijm inan (genitive цирко́ния, nominative plural цирко́нии, genitive plural цирко́ниев)

  1. zirconium

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  • Kazakh: цирконий (cïrkonïy)