liscivia

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From Latin lixīvia, variant of lixīva, noun use of the adjective lixīvus (made into lye), from the use aqua lixīva. Compare French lessive, Friulian lissie, Sardinian liscìa and lissía, Sicilian lisìa and liscìa, Spanish lejía, Romanian leșie.

NounEdit

liscivia f (plural liscivie)

  1. lye (caustic soda)
    Synonyms: ranno, cenerata

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