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No, a prefix is a word that would come before a word, like anti-alcohol. Anti would be the prefix.
The word alcohol comes from the Arabic word al-kuhul.
The Latin word for alcohol is ipsum. The word alcohol in Italian is alcol, in Spanish it is alcohol, and in German allkohol.
The word is believed to be of Arabic origin. 'Al' means 'the' and 'kohl' a substance obtained by distillation.
Yes, the word alcohol is a noun, a word for a liquid compound; a word for a thing.
No the word alcohol is not capitalized.
The Luhya word for the English word alcohol is "pombe."
The word alcohol is a noun, a word for a liquid compound; a word for a thing.
Are you looking for the word isopropyl alcohol?
Nital, which is a solution of alcohol and nitric acid, elements like Nitrogen, Nickel, and Neon come from this base word.
The word for alcohol in Spanish is "alcohol" - the same as it is in English.
I don't think so. Answer 2: No, it's from Latin, which got it from Arabic. It comes from an Arabic word meaning "the distillate."
The word alcohol has three syllables. (Al-co-hol)
The word alcohol is from the Arabic "al kohl," meaning "the essence."
Alcohol is "alcool" (masc.) in French.
alcohol is under the category of depressants
Alcohol is produced by yeast acting on sugars.
There is no anagram of the word alcohol. The next longest possible word from those letters is halloo.
First attested c.1930 musical (jazz) slang for intoxication/immobility due to drugs/alcohol.
Yes, some companies test for alcohol....
Italian word: alcolico
Ethanol (the kind of alcohol that people drink).
The proper spelling of the word alcahol is alcohol in the English language. There are many variations that one may spell this word as the pronunciation and the spelling are slightly different.
It comes from factories