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ferrum (Latin)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Word meaning / definition:
1) the iron
2) transfer: the hardness, the numbness
3) Tool: the iron device, the iron, the steel
Derived words:
1) ferramenta, ferraria, ferratus, ferreus, ferriterus, ferrugo

Translations

  • German:: 1) the iron; 2) transfer: the hardness, the numbness; 3) Tool: the iron device, the iron, the steel
  • Italian: 1) ferro (male)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in Latin:

Dumb ferrum candet, tundito.
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Quae medicamenta non sanant, ferrum sanat; quae ferrum non sanat, ignis sanat; quae vero ignis non sanat, insanabilia reputari oportet.
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Aurum pretiosius est quam ferrum.
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Aurum gravius ​​quam ferrum est.
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Urbis uti captæ casum convulsaque vidit / limina tectorum et medium in penetralibus hostem, / arma diu senior desueta trementibus ævo / circumdat nequidquam humeris, et inutile ferrum / cingitur, ac densos fertur moriturus in hostes.
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Multo quam ferrum lingua atrocior ferit.
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Magnesia adtrahit ferrum.
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Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "ferrum":

acer: acer (Catalan) part of speech: noun, (male) word meaning / definition: 1) the material steel 2) poetic: the weapon, the steel Translations German: 1) steel English: ...

iron:… 쇠, 철 Crimean Tatar: 1) temir Croatian: 1) željezo Latin: 1) ferrum (neuter) Lithuanian: 1) Gelžis Maltese: 1) hadid…

Fe: Fe (International) Part of Speech: Abbreviation Meaning / Definition: 1) chemical symbol: iron Origin of the term: 1) from Latin ferrum iron Application examples: 1) Fe →…

ferro: from the Latin word ferrum General terms: 1) tavola periodica (female) (periodic table), chimica (female) (chemistry idiom / idioms: 1) Bisogna battere il ferro quando è caldo

fero: Latin ferrum Translations See translations at Eisen ferō (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical features: 1


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