Thomas D. Burrows, Murray Barnson Emeneau's A Dravidian Etymological dictionary PDF

By Thomas D. Burrows, Murray Barnson Emeneau

ISBN-10: 0198643268

ISBN-13: 9780198643265

"This booklet is a whole and systematic checklist of the complete on hand Dravidian vocabulary. It covers 4 significant literary languages and a few fourteen minor languages, a large amount of the fabric for that's the following released for the 1st time. The dictionary is etymologically prepared and the vocabulary is assessed into 4,572 numbered goods. entire indexes for every language persist with. The meanings are given as exhaustively as is achievable in this type of paintings, in order that the total variety of the applying of every notice turns into obtrusive. The dictionary is, with a few exceptions, restricted to the local Dravidian aspect to the exclusion of loans from Indo-Aryan. it's the first paintings of its style that has been tried, and it'll be an fundamental software to all these engaged in Dravidian linguistics and to Indian philology in general."

As digital information base the dictionary is gifted the following: http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/burrow/

New Dravidian DB compiled by way of G.S.Starostin at the foundation of DEDR are available the following: http://starling.rinet.ru/cgi-bin/main.cgi?flags=eygtnnl

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6SiO2, used as a source of beryllium. Crystals are hexagonal. There are several color varieties including the gemstones emerald, which is colored green by traces of chromium oxide, and aquamarine, which has a bluegreen color. beryllate See beryllium; beryllium hydroxide. beryllium A light metallic element, similar to aluminum but somewhat harder; the 25 beryllium bicarbonate dride and in the methyl compound involves two-electron three-center bonds similar to those found in the BORON HYDRIDES. COMPLEXES are quite common with beryllium; some examples include [BeCl4]2–, (R2O)2BeCl2, and [Be(NH3)4]Cl2.

The metal reacts directly with oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, and the halogens at various elevated temperatures, to form the oxide BeO, nitride Be3N2, sulfide BeS, and halides BeX2, all of which are covalent. Beryllium does not react directly with hydrogen but a polymeric hydride (BeH2)n can be prepared by reduction of (CH3)2Be using lithium tetrahydroaluminate(III) (LiAlH4). Beryllium is amphoteric forming beryllate species, such as [Be(OH)4]2– and [Be(OH)]33+. The hydroxide is only weakly basic. Be(OH)2 is formed when sodium carbonate is added to solutions of beryllium compounds.

Baking soda See sodium hydrogencar- Barff process A process formerly used for protecting iron from corrosion by heating it in steam to form a layer of tri-iron tetroxide (Fe3O4). It is also known as the Bower–Barff process and is now only of historical interest. bonate. ball mill A device commonly used in the chemical industry for grinding solid material. Ball mills usually have slowly rotating steel-lined drums containing steel balls. The material is crushed by the tumbling action of the balls in the drum.

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