cinnabar

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الإنجليزية - التركية
zincifre
sülüğen
zencefil
(Tıp) Kırmızı cıva sülfit
sulüğen
zinober (hg-sülfit minerali)
parlak kırmızı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A deep red mineral, mercuric sulfide, HgS; the principal ore of mercury; such ore used as the pigment vermilion
Of a bright red colour tinted with orange
a bright red colour tinted with orange

cinnabar colour:.

{n} vermilion, quicksilver combined with sulphur and called red sulphuret of mercury
Red sulphide of mercury, occurring in brilliant red crystals, and also in red or brown amorphous masses
{i} mercuric sulfide (main ore of mercury); mercuric sulfide used to make a reddish pigment; vermilion, bright red color
large red-and-black European moth; larvae feed on leaves of ragwort; introduced into United States to control ragwort
a heavy reddish mineral consisting of mercuric sulfide; the chief source of mercury
It is used in medicine
large red-and-black European moth; larvae feed on leaves of ragwort; introduced into United States to control ragwort a heavy reddish mineral consisting of mercuric sulfide; the chief source of mercury
of a vivid red to reddish-orange color
The artificial red sulphide of mercury used as a pigment; vermilion
Mercury sulfide (HgS), the chief ore mineral of mercury. It is commonly encountered with pyrite, marcasite, and stibnite in veins near recent volcanic rocks and in hot-springs deposits. It has been used as a bright orange-red pigment in stage makeup (now known to be toxic), painting, and Chinese lacquerwork
cinnabar chanterelle
mushroom with a distinctive pink to vermillion fruiting body
cinnabar moth
cinnabar: large red-and-black European moth; larvae feed on leaves of ragwort; introduced into United States to control ragwort
cinnabar

    الواصلة

    cin·na·bar

    التركية النطق

    sînıbär

    النطق

    /ˈsənəˌbär/ /ˈsɪnəˌbɑːr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'si-n&-"bär ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English cynabare, from Middle French and Latin; Middle French cenobre, from Latin cinnabaris, from Greek kinnabari, of non-Indo-European origin; akin to Arabic zinjafr cinnabar.

    كلمة اليوم

    mojo
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