хлор

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Bulgarian[edit]

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хлор (hlorm (related adjective хло́рен)

  1. chlorine

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Kazakh[edit]

Cyrillic хлор
Arabic حلور
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Russian хлор (xlor), from Ancient Greek χλωρός (khlōrós, pale green).

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хлор (xlor)

  1. chlorine

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Macedonian[edit]

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хлор (hlorm

  1. chlorine

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Russian[edit]

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хлор (xlorm inan (genitive хло́ра, nominative plural хло́ры, genitive plural хло́ров)

  1. chlorine

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  • Kazakh: хлор (xlor)

Serbo-Croatian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek χλωρός (khlōrós, light green, yellowish green, yellow).

Noun[edit]

хло̑р m (Latin spelling hlȏr)

  1. (Bosnia, Montenegro, Serbia) chlorine

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Ukrainian[edit]

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Chemical element
Cl
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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek χλωρός (khlōrós, pale green), influenced by English chlorine, originally coined by British chemist Humphry Davy in 1810.[1]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [xɫɔr]
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Noun[edit]

хлор (xlorm inan (genitive хло́ру, uncountable)

  1. chlorine (chemical element Cl)

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  1. ^ Davy, Humphry (1811), “On Some of the Combinations of Oxymuriatic Gas and Oxygene, and on the Chemical Relations of These Principles, to Inflammable Bodies”, in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society[1], volume 101, Bibcode1811RSPT..101....1D, DOI:10.1098/rstl.1811.0001, pages 1–35

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