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Ion Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Ion Etymology books and related discussion.
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- Analgesia and Anesthesia: Etymology and Literary History of
- deine, is also of Greek origin and is derived from the word kode(ion) “poppy head ” + -ine (4).
- ROMANCE SUFFIX RIVALRY OF ACTION NOUNS FROM MIDDLE
- of Romance origin responsible for the creation of action nouns from these verbs, namely -age, -ance, -(t/s)ion and -ment, are taken into account.
- Etymology of Coined Words in "The Urantia Book"
- Etymology of Coined Words in "The Urantia Book". (notes for work in progress by Chris Halvorson) (cf., -tion and -ion).
- ATHENS IN A BASKET: NAMING, OBJECTS, AND IDENTITY IN
- And for Ion, no sooner has the issue of paternal origin been set aside, then he longs to know more about his mother (563–65).
Suggested Web Resources
- ion - Online Etymology Dictionary
- 1834, introduced by English physicist and chemist Michael Faraday (suggested by the Rev. William Whewell, English polymath), coined from Gk. ion, neut.
- An Ion is an atom or a group of atoms that has acquired a net electric charge. The actual actions of Ions are a bit mysterious.
- -ion – Dictionary definition of -ion | Encyclopedia.com: FREE online
- Definition of -ion – Our online dictionary has -ion information from The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology dictionary. Encyclopedia.
- 20000-NAMES: Meaning of the Baby Name Ion. Origin of the first
- Origin of the name Ion. Etymology of the baby name Ion. Meaning of the personal name Ion.
- ion - Wiktionary
- Etymology. From Ancient Greek iόn (iōn, “going”), neuter present participle of εἶμι (eimi, “I go”). [edit.
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