sal

[sal]

Origin of sal

< Latin sāl; see salt1

Sal

[sal]
noun
  1. a male given name, form of Salvatore.
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sal

noun
  1. a pharmacological term for salt (def. 3)

Word Origin for sal

Latin
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Word Origin and History for sal
n.

chemical name for salt, late 14c., from Old French sal, from Latin sal (genitive salis) "salt" (see salt (n.)). For sal ammoniac "ammonium chloride" (early 14c.), see ammonia.

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sal in Medicine

sal

[săl]
n.
  1. Salt.
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