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magnesia

noun mag·ne·sia \mag-ˈnē-shə, -zhə\

Definition of MAGNESIA

mag·ne·sian \-shən, -zhən\ adjective

Origin of MAGNESIA

New Latin, from magnes carneus, a white earth, literally, flesh magnet
First Known Use: 1755

Rhymes with MAGNESIA

Magnesia

geographical name

Definition of MAGNESIA

— see manisa

magnesia

noun mag·ne·sia \mag-ˈnē-shə, -ˈnē-zhə\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MAGNESIA

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