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aqua ammoniae

[ ak-wuhuh-moh-nee-ee, ah-kwuh ]
/ ˈæk wə əˈmoʊ niˌi, ˈɑ kwə /
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Also aq·ua am·mo·nia [ak-wuhuh-mohn-yuh, uh-moh-nee-uh, ah-kwuh] /ˈæk wə əˈmoʊn yə, əˈmoʊ ni ə, ˈɑ kwə/ .

Origin of aqua ammoniae

<New Latin: literally, water of ammonia

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