The Latin name for gold is Aurum.
The Latin name for the element gold is Aurum.
The Latin name is aurum.
Gold is not Ag it is Au Ag is silver. Au comes from the Latin name for gold, aurum Ag comes from the Latin name for silver argentum
The Latin name for gold is aurum, which gives it its symbol Au.
Gold, or aurum in latin.
That's short for "aurum", the Latin name for gold.
Aurum is the Latin name for gold.
Aurus = Gold
Its latin name
Au is the elemental symbol for gold, from the Latin name for gold, aurum.
Yes, probably you are right. Aurum is the latin word for gold.
The Latin name for gold is aurum (glowing dawn). These have latin names and gold has the name aurum. Thus, has the symbol Au.
Au is the symbol for the element gold (from Latin name aurum).
Au is from the Latin name for gold, which is aurum.
Because in the Latin language the name of the gold is aurum.
From the Latin name aurum.
gold I believe you are talking about the element Gold. It comes from the Latin name of gold which is aurum.
"Au" is the symbol for gold. It comes from the Latin name for gold: "Aurum".
Gold comes from the latin; Aurum - this is also an Italian Liqueur
The English name for the Latin word aurum is gold.
The element that has the Latin name of aurum is gold. The ancient, classical origins of its Latin name are honored in the choice of 'Au' as its symbol. And they're likewise remembered in other English language words. For 'auric' means 'of or containing gold'. The word 'auriferous' means 'containing or producing gold'. And 'aurous' means containing gold.
Aurum, which is latin for gold.
Gold, from the Latin name.