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Shade of many a swimming pool basin
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Alternative clues for the word aqua
Shade of blue
Prefix with plane
Swimming pool shade
Like the sea
Color of water
Liquid, to a pharmacist
Like the ocean
Shade close to beryl
Light greenish blue
Shade at a swimming pool
Shade at the beach?
Relative of cerulean
With 18-Across, an old term for brandy
Water, in Latin
With 53-Down, pioneering mechanical breathing apparatus
Shade at the swimming pool
Color of McCartney's "Sgt. Pepper" uniform
Light blue hue
Beautiful water hue
A shade of blue tinged with green
___ fortis (nitric acid)
Word with fortis or pura
A drink for Cicero
Kind of marine
Kind of tint
Word with pura or vitae
Word with tint or tone
Water, for Cato
Shade of blue or gray
___ vitae (brandy)
Quaff for Quintilius
Shade by the beach?
___ vitae (alcohol)
With 55 Down, diver's gear
Word with marine or plane
Quaff for Quintilian
___ regia (corrosive liquid)
Prefix for plane or marine
Word with pura or marine
Pura or vitae
Word definitions for aqua in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Aqua \A"qua\, n. [L. See Ewer .] Water; -- a word much used in pharmacy and the old chemistry, in various signification, determined by the word or words annexed. Aqua ammoni[ae] , the aqueous solution of ammonia; liquid ammonia; often called aqua ammonia...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
a. Of a greenish-blue colour. n. 1 (context inorganic compound English) The compound water. 2 A shade of colour, usually a mix of green and blue similar to the colour turquoise.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"water," late 14c.; see aqua- . Used in late Middle English in combinations to mean "decoction, solution" (as in aqua regia , a mix of concentrated acids, literally "royal water," so called for its power to dissolve gold and other "noble" metals). As the...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a shade of blue tinged with green [syn: greenish blue , aquamarine , turquoise , cobalt blue , peacock blue ] [also: aquae (pl)]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Aqua is the Latin word for water . It may also refer to:
Usage examples of aqua.
The aqueduct, the immense Aqua Augusta, seemed to be dying in his hands.
The best he gave to Becco and Corvinus, on the grounds that they would have the most riding to do, and he was still explaining his reasons to an aggrieved Corax when Musa reappeared to announce that the castellum aquae was deserted.
Qua difficultate eorum cogmta Caesar sagittariis funditoribusque dispositis, tormentis etiam quibusdam locis contra facillimos descensus collocatis aqua fluminis prohibebat oppidanos.
A man who Kate assumed was Diederik was standing out there at a table beneath an aqua umbrella, pouring wine into glasses.
She remembered the love in his aqua gaze that used to wash over her so tenderly, the gentle caress of his powerful arms, and the sweet feel of his mouht when he kissed her.
The Anio Novus reached Rome in its own channel after a course of 86,964 meters, but for the last seven miles it ran on the same arches with the Aqua Claudia.
Generally it answers the same purpose as aqua regia, and is employed where the addition of nitric acid to a solution has to be specially avoided.
When the purer metal is required, gold should be dissolved in aqua regia, the solution evaporated to a paste, diluted, allowed to stand, and filtered.
In alloys it may be found by dissolving them in nitric acid or in aqua regia, evaporating with hydrochloric acid, and treating the filtrate with ammonic chloride and alcohol.
They are soluble in nitric acid or aqua regia, and, provided the solution is sufficiently acid, they remain dissolved.
The reduced metal is only slowly dissolved by hydrochloric acid, and although it is readily soluble in aqua regia, the solution cannot be evaporated or freed from the excess of acids, by boiling, without loss of tin, because of the volatility of stannic chloride.
This may be got rid of by boiling in aqua regia, and dissolving out the tungstic acid which has been liberated by means of ammonia.
Aqua regia dissolves tin readily, forming stannic chloride, and in this solution the metal is detected by precipitation with sulphuretted hydrogen, which gives a yellow precipitate.
Since almehneht have some of the same copper-containing protein as the ometvaheem, his sclera was aqua too, a lighter aqua though.
However Jenny felt a little relief, seeing dark aqua sclera, giving his eyes some normalcy.