In a few minutes the priest of anion and the chief of the kolchytes were being carried towards the valley in their litters.
Now, one question: Has the news of the death of the ram of anion reached you?
One of these is always composed of oxygen and hydrogen and is the anion.
The Nile beyond surrounded an island, where flourished the well-kept sacred grove of anion.
The king repaired in state to the temple of anion, seized the priests who professed these seditious beliefs, and burnt them alive.
In this the heart shall be preserved till a new ram offered by a worthy hand enters the herd of anion.
It will be noticed that in neutralization the anion of the acid and the cation of the base are not changed.
"a negatively charged ion, which moves toward the anode (q.v.) during electrolysis," 1834, proposed by the Rev. William Whewell (1794-1866), English polymath, and published by English physicist Michael Faraday, from Greek anion "(thing) going up," neuter past participle of anienai "go up," from ana "up" (see ana-) + ienai "go" (see ion).
anion an·i·on (ān'ī'ən)
A negatively charged ion, especially one that migrates to the anode in electrolysis.
An ion with net negative charge, having more electrons than protons. In electrolysis, anions migrate to a positively charged anode. Compare cation.