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Definition of alumina:

  1. Aluminum oxide, Al2O3.
  2. The oxide of aluminium, the most abunds it of the earths, and the characteristic ingredient of common clay. See Alum.

Alumina \a-lumi-na, al(u)-mina\

Origin:
Latin
Details:
Alumina as a girl's name. Mineral name: oxygen and aluminium form the substance called "corundum", which is the basis of such gems as ruby, sapphire, and amethyst. "Lumina", the source of the name, is the Latin word for "light".
Meaning:
Elmina, Almena, Almina.
Variants:
Allumina.
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Examples of usage for alumina:

  1. The rocks decomposed by the waters of the spring consist of granite impregnated with sulphate of alumina – Himalayan Journals V2. by J. D. Hooker
  2. Flint usually contains some admixture of alumina and oxide of iron. – The Student's Elements of Geology by Sir Charles Lyell
  3. In every stream of modern lava there is some variation in character and composition, and even where no important difference can be recognised in the proportions of silica, alumina lime, potash, iron, and other elementary materials, the resulting materials are often not the same, for reasons which we are as yet unable to explain. – The Student's Elements of Geology by Sir Charles Lyell

Rhymes for alumina:

  1. lumina;
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