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Via other European languages, ultimately from Latin alchimista, from Arabic اَلْكِيمِيَاء(al-kīmiyāʾ), from article اَل(al-) + Ancient Greek χυμεία(khumeía, art of alloying metals) (which contains the suffix -είa(-eía), Latvian -ija).


ķīmija f (4th declension)

  1. chemistry (science that studies the composition, properties, structure and changes of substances)
    analītiskā ķīmija‎ ― analytical chemistry
    teorētiskā ķīmija‎ ― theoretical chemistry
    neorganiskā ķīmija‎ ― inorganic chemistry
    organiskā ķīmija‎ ― organic chemistry
    fizikālā ķīmija‎ ― physical chemistry
    ķīmijas laboratorija‎ ― chemistry laboratory
    ķīmijas institūts‎ ― chemistry institute
  2. chemistry (the corresponding school subject)
    ķīmijas klase‎ ― chemistry class
    ķīmijas stunda‎ ― chemistry lesson
  3. (usually with a modifying genitive noun) chemistry (practical use of the laws and discoveries of this science)
    lauksaimniecības ķīmija‎ ― agricultural chemistry
    mašīnbūves ķīmija‎ ― chemical engineering


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