liquidus

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Noun[edit]

liquidus (plural liquidi or liquiduses)

  1. (chemistry, physics) A line, in a phase diagram, above which a given substance is a stable liquid and below which solid and liquid are in equilibrium. [from 1900]

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Etymology[edit]

From liqueō (I am liquid) +‎ -idus.

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liquidus m (feminine liquida, neuter liquidum); first/second declension

  1. liquid, fluid, flowing
  2. (substantive) a liquid; water
  3. clear, transparent, limpid
  4. (figuratively) without interruption, smooth, fluid, flowing
  5. (figuratively) clear, calm, serene, peaceful
  6. (figuratively) unadulterated, unmixed, pure
  7. (figuratively) clear, manifest, evident, obvious, certain

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative liquidus liquida liquidum liquidī liquidae liquida
genitive liquidī liquidae liquidī liquidōrum liquidārum liquidōrum
dative liquidō liquidae liquidō liquidīs liquidīs liquidīs
accusative liquidum liquidam liquidum liquidōs liquidās liquida
ablative liquidō liquidā liquidō liquidīs liquidīs liquidīs
vocative liquide liquida liquidum liquidī liquidae liquida

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