niter

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noun ni·ter \ˈnī-tər\

Origin and Etymology of niter

Middle English nitre natron, from Middle French, from Latin nitrum, from Greek nitron, from Egyptian nṯry


First Known Use: 1667


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niter

noun ni·ter

Medical Definition of niter

Variants of niter

or chiefly British

nitre

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