natrium

[ney-tree-uhm]
noun
(formerly) sodium.

Origin:
1835–45; < German; see natron, -ium

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natrium (ˈneɪtrɪəm)
 
n
an obsolete name for sodium
 
[C19: New Latin; see natron]

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natrium na·tri·um (nā'trē-əm)
n.
Sodium.

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