From the Greek word "hydro" (water), and "genes" (forming)
Z řeckého slova "hydro" (voda), a "genes" (formování)
From the Greek word "helios", the sun
Z řeckého slova "helios", slunce
From the Greek word "lithos", stone
Z řeckého slova "lithos", kámen
From the Greek word "beryllos", beryl
Z řeckého slova "beryllos", beryl
From the Arabic word "Buraq", Persian "Burah"
Z arabského slova "Buraq", persky "burah"
From the Latin word "carbo", charcoal
Z latinského slova "carbo", uhlík
From the Latin word "nitrum", Greek "Nitron", native soda; and "genes", forming
Z latinského slova "nitrum", řeckého "nitron", ledkotvorný; a "genes", formování
From the Greek word "oxys", acid, and "genes", forming
Z řeckého slova "oxys", kyselina, a "genes", formování
From the Latin and French "fluere", flow or flux
Z latinského a francouzkého slova "fluere", tok
From the Greek word "neos", new
Z řeckého slova "neos", nový
From the English word, "soda"; Medieval Latin, "sodanum": a headache remedy
Z anglického slova "soda"; Z středověké latiny "sodanum", léčba bolesti hlavy
From Magnesia, district in Thessaly
Z Magnesia, okres v Thessaly
From the Latin word "alumen", alum
Z latinského slova "alumen", kamenec
From the Latin word "silex", silicis, flint
Z latinského slova "silex", křemík, pazourek
From the Greek "phosphoros", light bearing; ancient name for the planet Venus when appearing before sunrise
Z řeckého "phosphorus"; "phos", světlo; "phoros", nesoucí; tedy světlonoš
Known to the ancients; referred to in Genesis as brimstone
Označováno v Genesis jako brimstone
From the Greek word "chloro", greenish yellow
Z řeckého slova "chloro", zeleně-žlutá
From the Greek "argos", inactive
Z řeckého slova "argos", neaktivní
From the English word, "potash" - pot ashes; Latin "kalium", Arab "qali", alkali
Označuje se ve Starém Zákoně; "neter" vhodný jako prostředek praní
From the Latin word "calx", lime
Z latinského "calx", limetka
From the Latin word "Scandia", Scandinavia
Z latinského slova "Scandia", skandinávie
From the Latin "titans", the first sons of the Earth, Greek mythology
Z latinského "titans", první synové Země, řecká mythologie
Named after Scandinavian goddess, Vanadis
Po skandinávské bohyni, Vanadis
From the Greek word "chroma", color
Z řeckého slova "chroma", barva
From the Latin word "magnes", magnet, from magnetic properties of pyrolusite
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From the Latin word "ferrum"
Z latinského slova "ferrum"
From the German word "Kobald", goblin or evil spirit; also from the Greek "cobalos", mine
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From the German word "Nickel" (Satan), and from kupfernickel, Old Nick's copper
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From the Latin word "cuprum", from the island of Cyprus
Z latinského slova "cuprum", z ostrova Kypru
From the German word "Zink", of obscure origin
Z německého slova "Zink", neznámého původu
From the Latin word "Gallia", France; also from Latin, "gallus", a translation of Lecoq, a cock
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From the Latin word "Germania", Germany
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From the Latin word "arsenicum", Greek "arsenikon"
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From the Greek word "Selene", moon
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From the Greek word "bromos", stench
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From the Greek word "kryptos", hidden
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From the Latin word "rubidus", deepest red
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Named after Strontian, a town in Scotland
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Named after Ytterby, a village in Sweden near Vauxholm
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From the Persian "zargun", gold like
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Named after Niobe, the daughter of Tantalu
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From the Greek word "molybdo", lead
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From the Greek word "technetos", artificial
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From the Latin word "Ruthenia", Russia
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From the Greek word "rhodon", rose
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Palladium was named after the asteroid Pallas; Pallas was the Greek goddess of wisdom
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The Latin word for silver is "argentum"
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From the Latin word "cadmia", Greek "kadmeia" - the ancient name for calamine, zinc carbonate
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From the brilliant indigo line in its spectrum
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The Latin word for tin is stannum
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