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Abyssinian gold

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Abyssinian gold: Abessinisches Gold ist die Bezeichnung für eine Messing-Legierung. Sie besteht aus ungefähr 90–92 % Kupfer, 8–10 % Zink, plattiert mit bis zu 1 % Gold. Diese genauen Angaben schwanken jedoch von Quelle zu Quelle.

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Google previewNew Websterian 1912 Dictionary (1912)

Based Upon the Unabridged Dictionary of Noah Webster : with a Reference Library and Treasury of Facts by Noah Webster, Harry Thurston Peck

Abyssinian gold; cheap imitation of gold. Talmud (tal'mud), n. the book which contains the whole body of the Jewish civil and canonical laws and traditions, with the commentaries and speculations of the Rabbis, consisting of two parts, the ...

Google previewThe New Universities Dictionary ... (1922)

by George Jotham Hagaqr

Abyssinian gold; cheap imitation of gold. Talmud ('mud), n. the book which contains the whole body of the Jewish civil and canonical laws and traditions, with the commentaries and speculations of the Rabbis, consisting of two parts ...

Google previewDictionary of Metals (2012)

by Harold M. Cobb

Abyssinian gold .

Google previewA dictionary of applied chemistry (1912)

by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe

ABYSSINIAN GOLD.

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1895)

Pronouncing, Etymological, and Explanatory; Embracing Scientific and Other Terms, Numerous Familiar Terms and a Copious Selection of Old English Words by James Stormonth, Philip Henry Phelp

Abyssinian gold, an alloy of copper and zinc ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1904)

by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines

of copper with zinc, tin, and aluminum have also a more or less golden-yellow color, and are used as substitutes for and imitations of gold, being sold under various fanciful names, such as Dutch metal, Mannheim gold, Abyssinian gold, etc.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

Abyssinian gold. Same as talmi-gold. *'''u'ial £ placer- *#est ld, the hit in the gold which is nearest the central point of the target. In archery competitions a prize is often given for the best gold.-Burmese gold # to which a yellow or red color has ...

Google previewDictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines (1878)

by Andrew Ure

The term Abyssinian Gold“ is sometimes applied in trade to Aluminium Bronze. See Armmmnr Bnom. ACACIA. (Iatt acacia, a thorn; Gr. dud], a point). The acacia is a very extensive genus of trees, or shrubby plants belonging to the chwminosm ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1896)

A New, Original and Exhaustive Work of Reference to All English Words, Their Origin, Development, Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning and Legitimate Or Customary Use ... by Robert Hunter

Abyssinian gold, s. Also called Talmi gold. 1. A yellow metal made of 20.74 parts of copper and 8:33 of zinc, the whole plated with a small quantity of gold. 2. Aluminium bronze. [In Arab. Habashon = Abyssinians, fr. habasha = to collect or ...

Google previewThe American Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1900)

by Robert Hunter

Abyssinian gold, 8. gold . 1, A yellow metal made of 2074 parts ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1891)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney

Also called Abyssinian gold. Talmud (tal'mud), n. [Formerly also Thalmud; = F. Talmud (ML. Talmud), K Chal. talmüd, instruction; cf. Heb. (and Syr.) talmid, disciple, scholar. K lámad, learn, limmad, teach.] In Jewish lit., the body of traditionary ...

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