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saleratus

[ sal-uh-rey-tuhs ]
/ ˌsæl əˈreɪ təs /
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noun

sodium bicarbonate used in cookery; baking soda.

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Origin of saleratus

1830–40, Americanism; variant of Latin sal aerātus.See sal, aerate
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British Dictionary definitions for saleratus

saleratus
/ (ˌsæləˈreɪtəs) /

noun

another name for sodium bicarbonate, esp when used in baking powders

Word Origin for saleratus

C19: from New Latin sal aerātus aerated salt
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