niķelis

See also: nikelis

LatvianEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Swedish nickel, an abbreviation of German Kupfernickel (a mineral containing copper and nickel), from Kupfer (copper) + Nikolaus (the devil), due to the deceptive silver colour of the relatively valueless ore. Compare kobalts as related to Kobold (goblin).

NounEdit

Chemical element
Ni Previous: kobalts (Co)
Next: varš (Cu)

niķelis m (2nd declension)

  1. nickel (metallic chemical element, with atomic number 28)
    niķeļa rūdanickel ore
    niķeļa oksīdsnickel oxide

DeclensionEdit

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Last modified on 5 January 2014, at 12:41