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am·mo·ni·ac 1

 (ə-mō′nē-ăk′) also am·mo·ni·a·cal (ăm′ə-nī′ə-kəl)
adj.
Of, containing, or similar to ammonia.

am·mo·ni·ac 2

 (ə-mō′nē-ăk′)
n.
A strong-smelling gum resin from the stems of a plant (Dorema ammoniacum) of western Asia, formerly used in perfumery and in medicine as an expectorant and a stimulant. Also called gum ammoniac.

[Middle English ammoniak, from Latin ammōniacum, from Ammōniacus, of Amen, from Greek Ammōniakos; see ammonia.]

ammoniacal

(ˌæməˈnaɪəkəl)
adj
(Chemistry) of, containing, using, or resembling ammonia. Also: ammoniac

am•mo•ni•a•cal

(ˌæm əˈnaɪ ə kəl)

also ammoniac



adj.
1. consisting of, containing, or using ammonia.
2. like ammonia.
[1725–35]
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