romanium

noun
ro·ma·ni·um | \ rōˈmānēəm \
plural -s

Definition of romanium 

: an alloy consisting of aluminum having an admixture of less than one percent of tungsten together with a little copper, nickel, antimony, and tin

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First Known Use of romanium

1897, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for romanium

New Latin, from R. I. Roman, 19th century metallurgist, its inventor + New Latin -ium

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