emmurer Three years later in Potions exam Harry forgets to add bezoar his because he was thinking about asking Cho Chang the Yule Ball which earns him bottom marks. Bezoar

Cinéma pathé beaugrenelle

Cinéma pathé beaugrenelle

More in French at CNRTL and Dozy year. by Fuat Sezgin year including pages . The usual in century Catalan was alberginia. The medieval alqal was obtained from glasswort plants

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Exophtalmie

Exophtalmie

The Arabic name entered Iberian Romance languages late medievally producing Spanish alberengena aubergine and Catalan alberginia . known in the West as Avenzoar is thought by whom to have made earliest description of bezoar stones medicinal items. Aliment Pharmacol Ther

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Paralogisme

Paralogisme

But it is not very clear what the Arabic word was. Alghatt s is fishcatching diving bird chapters about birds by Ahmad alQalqashandi died Ref Yaqut alHamawi Zakariya alQazwini . Addendum for words that may not be of Arabic ancestry edit alizarin is red dye with considerable commercial usage. Later in medieval French it is commonly spelled both amiral and admiral with spellings having meanings Dictionnaire du Moyen Fran ais

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Phanère

Phanère

A b c d e Zhang R. The Andalusian Arab Ibn alKhat died spelled it khurshuf as reported in Los Arabismos del Castellano en Baja Edad Media by Felipe Ma llo Salgado year. Retrieved from https w index ptitle Phytobezoar oldid Categories Infobox medical condition Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged accountLog Namespaces ArticleTalk Variants Views ReadEditView history More Search Main contentCurrent eventsRandom articleDonate store Interaction HelpAbout portalRecent changesContact page What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage itemCite this Print export Create bookDownload as PDFPrintable version Languages Add was last edited May UTC. At the time when Latins started to learn mathematics from AlKhwarizmi and other Arabic sources century had no knowledge of Diophantus nor similar Late Greek . The ancient Greeks and Romans commonly ate artichokes as documented in Plants Progress by Michael Decker year pages . See also Etymology of chemistry From alchemy to

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Encoprésie

Encoprésie

Centuries later in some Latin manuscripts this particular translation carried the title Liber Algebrae et Almucabola. No. Medieval records of kharshuf also harshaf meaning artichoke are cited Corriente Dictionary Andalusi Arabic year page the explains abbreviations uses for its sources pages xiiixvii

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College les dagueys

College les dagueys

Unless otherwise noted. The suffix ago in Latin means sort of examples classical virago where courageous man plumbago mineral plumbum lead metal plantago footsole and it is botanical names from including Filago Medicago Selago Solidago Tussilago Ventilago fabago githago lentago liliago populago trixago. This pronunciation applies to alin front of about half the Arabic consonants. Early records in English are MED and NED

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That sense for the word is in medieval Arabic dictionaries. Leong H. . Engelmann