Baumé

[ boh-mey, boh-mey ]
/ boʊˈmeɪ, ˈboʊ meɪ /

noun

Antoine, 1728–1804, French chemist and inventor.

adjective

pertaining to, noting, or calibrated according to a Baumé scale.

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Origin of Baumé

First recorded in 1835–45
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Medical definitions for Baumé

Baumé
[ bō-mā ]
Antoine 1728-1804

French pharmacist who invented a process for making sal ammonia and in 1768 devised an improved hydrometer using the scale that now bears his name.
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