hydrargyrus

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Etymology[edit]

From the Ancient Greek ὑδράργυρος ‎(hudrárguros, quicksilver (artificially prepared from cinnabar-ore)), from ὕδωρ ‎(húdōr, water) + ἄργῠρος ‎(árguros, silver).

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Noun[edit]

hydrargyrus m ‎(genitive hydrargyrī); second declension

  1. quicksilver (artificially prepared), mercury

Declension[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative hydrargyrus hydrargyrī
genitive hydrargyrī hydrargyrōrum
dative hydrargyrō hydrargyrīs
accusative hydrargyrum hydrargyrōs
ablative hydrargyrō hydrargyrīs
vocative hydrargyre hydrargyrī

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