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lithia

[ lith-ee-uh, lith-yuh ]
/ ˈlɪθ i ə, ˈlɪθ yə /
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noun
Chemistry. lithium oxide.
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Origin of lithia

First recorded in 1810–20; lithi(um) + -a4
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British Dictionary definitions for lithia

lithia
/ (ˈlɪθɪə) /

noun
another name for lithium oxide
lithium present in mineral waters as lithium salts

Word Origin for lithia

C19: New Latin, ultimately from Greek lithos stone
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