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Ceratine is a genus of Apidae, described by Illiger in 1807.

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Google previewA Handbook of organic chemistry (1856)

by William Gregory

Ceratine is the name given to that part of the gum of the cherry, plum, or almond trees, which is insoluble in cold water. It probably contains a mixture of gum arabic with bassorine, or with salep. During what is called the viscous fermentation, ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

ceratine'2 (ser'a-tin), a. [= F. cfratine, < L. ceratina, < Gr. Ktparivr/c, the name of a sophistical dilemma ( the Horns) celebrated among ancient rhetoricians, < Ktpdrtvoc, of a horn, ...

Google previewDictionary of Hard Words (1910)

by Robert Morris Pierce

horn-substance [also spelt ceratine; synonymous cognates keratin, keratine] 'seza-tin. ceratina n. (horn-plate) si'zaeti-na. ceratode я. horn- like ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1906)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge with a New Atlas of the World

ceratine, < L. ceratina, < Gr. Keparivr/r, the name of a sophistical dilemma (the Horns) celebrated among ancient rhetoricians, < Kepartvor, of a horn, < Kepar { Kepar-), horn. The dilemma is thus stated : in Greekj Ei n ovk a-ifia'Aer, rovro ixtir ...

Google previewDictionary of the Synonymous Words and Technical Terms in the English Language (1817)

by James Leslie (of Edinburgh.)

veral previous ones, epichirema; false arguments are, ceratias, paralogy, paralogism, enthymeme, sophism, fallacy, pseudomenos, ceratine or sophistical; argument which ...

Google previewAn Universal Etymological English Dictionary Comprehending the Derivations of the Generality of Words in the English Tongue, ... and Also a Brief and Clear Explication of All Difficult Words Derived from Any of the Aforefaid Languages; ... Together with a Large Collection and Explication of Words and Phrases Us'd in Our Ancient Statutes, ... By N. Bailey (1724)

CERATINE ARGUMENTS, [in Legick] Sophistical and intricate Arguments: CERA 1 ION, T among Chymists ] , the making of a Substance fit to be diffolved, or meltek. CERATODES, [in Anatomy] the horny Coat of the Eye. CERATOGLOSSUM ...

Google previewAn English Dictionary: explaining the difficult terms that are used in divinity, husbandry, physick ... Containing many thousands of hard words ... Together with the etymological derivation of them from their proper fountains, etc (1676)

Ceratine, l. made of wax, ...

Google previewAn English Dictionary.... (1717)

by Elisha Coles

Ceratine, g. ho ned, fidtile ( arguments.) СетЬепв, a three headed dog, f ortet OfJitll. CER Cereel, a teal, Ccrebroiity, 1. abeingtock- brain d, or brain licit! Cerebrum jov is, burnt t& tar (in chymiflry.) Cerdo, tnßitu.orof the Cerdoniíts, Here: ¡cis ...

Google previewConcise Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia (1998)

by Joseph C. Salamone

ceratine in 1 95 1 came as a great surprise because at that time knowledge about partly crystalline structures, especially in natural products, was very poor.3 Hosemann used to take this early example to prove the universality of the ...

Google previewThe New World of English Words: Or A General Dictionary ... Collected and Published by E. P. [The Dedication Signed: Edw. Phillips.] (1663)

Ceratine, (Lat.) made of wax, diffolveable. Cerberus, quasi creoborus, or, flesh- devouring; a three-headed Dog, faid to watch constantly at the gates of Hell, whom Hercules overcame, and carried away in a chain. cerebrofity, (Lat.) a being ...

Google previewAn universal etymological English dictionary ... The twenty first edition, etc (1775)

CERATINE Arguments [in Logick] sohiftical and intricate Arguments. CERATION [ among Chym/ts) the ma" king of a Substance fit to be dislolved, or melted. - CERATODES [in Anatomy] the horny Coat of the Eye. CERATOGLOS'SUM [of Kip at ...

Google previewThe New World of English Words: Or, a General Dictionary: Containing the Interpretations of Such Hard Words as are Derived from Other Languages ... Together with ... Terms that Relate to the Arts and Sciences ... To which are Added the Significations of Proper Names, Etc (1658)

Ceratine, (lat.) made of wax, diffolueable. Cerberus , watch conftantly at the gates of Hell, whom Hercules overcame and carried away in a chain. Cerebrofity, (lat.) a being cockbrain'd, or brainfick. Cerdonisły, a fest of Hereticks,who held that ...

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