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stannum

[stan-uh m] /ˈstæn əm/
noun
1.
tin.
Origin of stannum
1775-1785
1775-85; < Late Latin: tin, Latin stannum, stagnum alloy of silver and lead
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stannum

/ˈstænəm/
noun
1.
an obsolete name for tin (sense 1)
Word Origin
C18: from Late Latin: tin, from Latin: alloy of silver and lead, perhaps of Celtic origin; compare Welsh ystaen tin
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stannum stan·num (stān'əm)
n.
The element tin.

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