chem′ism, chemical action; chem′ist, one skilled in chemistry, specially a druggist or apothecary.
This, too, was the favorite appellation of chem, who was a form of Horos.
The native name was chem, meaning black, probably on account of the blackness of the alluvial soil.
chem′icals, substances which form the subject of chemical effects.
Of Noah's sons, chem became a churl by his father's curse, on account of his gross barbarism towards his father.
One class of seleno ureas has been patented as pharmaceutical products by chem.
This was sufficiently startling, even apart from the mention of chem, as the ancient name for Egypt, in a milieu of this kind!
Variant of chemo-.