curie

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Borrowing from French curie. Named after French physicist Pierre Curie (1859 - 1906).

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curie (plural curies)

  1. 3.7×1010 decays per second, as a unit of radioactivity. Symbol Ci.

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Latin curia

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curie f (plural curies)

  1. curia (all meanings)

Etymology 2[edit]

Named after Pierre Curie (1859 - 1906), physicist.

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curie m (plural curies)

  1. curie

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curie

  1. plural form of curia