Complete Definition of "wolfram"

see|Wolfram
English

Etymology
From G. Wolfram, of disputed origin; possibly Wolf wolf, + Ram, dirt, soot; or Wolf wolf, + Rahm cream, calque of L. lupi spuma, “wolf’s foam”; or from a surname

Noun
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#wolframite
#tungsten

Derived terms
wolframate
wolframed
wolframic
wolframine
wolframite
wolfram lamp
wolfram-ocher, wolfram-ochre
wolfram-steel

Translations
wolframite
See wolframite

tungsten
See tungsten


Czech

Noun
wolfram m

  1. tungsten

Category:Czech nouns
Category:cs:Chemical elements


French
Noun
wolfram m

#wolframite
#tungsten

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