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Deutsche Synonyme für Mineralquelle

Bad  Badeort  Heilbad  Heilquelle  Kurbad  Mineralquelle  

Englische Synonyme für mineral spring

mineral  alabaster  alabastrine  amphibole  antimony  apatite  aplite  arsenic  asbestine  asbestos  asphalt  azurite  bauxite  bitumen  boron  brimstone  bromine  brucite  calcite  carbon  celestite  chalcedony  chlorite  chromite  clay  coal  coke  corundum  cryolite  diatomite  emery  epidote  epsomite  feldspar  garnet  gel mineral  glauconite  graphite  graphitic  gypsum  hatchettine  holosiderite  inorganic  inorganic substance  iron pyrites  jet  kyanite  lignite  lime  magnesite  malachite  maltha  marcasite  marl  meerschaum  metamict substance  mica  micaceous  mineral coal  mineral kingdom  mineral oil  mineral resources  mineral salt  mineral tallow  mineral tar  mineral wax  mineral world  mineral-bearing material  mineraloid  molybdenite  monazite  nonbiological  nonorganic  obsidian  olivine  ore  ozokerite  peat  perlite  petrified  phosphate rock  phosphorus  pumice  pyrite  pyrites  pyroxene  quartz  realgar  red clay  rhodonite  rock crystal  rocks  salt  selenite  selenium  siderite  silica  silicate  silicic  silicon  spar  spinel  spodumene  sulfur  sulfuric  sulfurous  talc  talcum  tellurium  unorganic  unorganized  untreated mineral  wollastonite  wulfenite  zeolite  
mineral kingdom  animal kingdom  brute matter  chain of being  class structure  domain  establishment  gel mineral  hierarchy  inorganic matter  inorganic substance  kingdom  metamict substance  mineral  mineral resources  mineral world  mineraloid  natural hierarchy  pecking order  power structure  pyramid  realm  vegetable kingdom  
mineral oil  animal oil  cerate  drying oil  essential oil  ester  fat  fatty oil  fixed oil  grease  hydrogenated fat  lipid  oil  oleum  polyunsaturated fat  sebum  tallow  unsaturated fat  vegetable oil  volatile oil  
mineralogy  cosmical geology  crystallography  dynamic geology  geodesy  geodetics  geodynamics  geognosy  geographics  geography  geological chemistry  geological engineering  geology  geomorphogeny  geomorphology  geophysics  geoscopy  geotectonic geology  historical geology  hydrogeology  mineralogical chemistry  mining engineering  mining geology  paleontological geology  pedology  petrography  petrology  physical geography  physical geology  physiographic geology  physiography  soil mechanics  soil science  stratigraphic geology  stratigraphy  

Lexikoneinträge für mineral spring

Aethiops mineral () Same as Ethiops mineral.
Mineral (v. i.) An inorganic species or substance occurring in nature, having a definite chemical composition and usually a distinct crystalline form. Rocks, except certain glassy igneous forms, are either simple minerals or aggregates of minerals.
Mineral (v. i.) A mine.
Mineral (v. i.) Anything which is neither animal nor vegetable, as in the most general classification of things into three kingdoms (animal, vegetable, and mineral).
Mineral (a.) Of or pertaining to minerals
Mineral (a.) Impregnated with minerals
Spring (v. i.) To leap
Spring (v. i.) To issue with speed and violence
Spring (v. i.) To start or rise suddenly, as from a covert.
Spring (v. i.) To fly back
Spring (v. i.) To bend from a straight direction or plane surface
Spring (v. i.) To shoot up, out, or forth
Spring (v. i.) To issue or proceed, as from a parent or ancestor
Spring (v. i.) To grow
Spring (v. t.) To cause to spring up
Spring (v. t.) To produce or disclose suddenly or unexpectedly.
Spring (v. t.) To cause to explode
Spring (v. t.) To crack or split
Spring (v. t.) To cause to close suddenly, as the parts of a trap operated by a spring
Spring (v. t.) To bend by force, as something stiff or strong
Spring (v. t.) To pass over by leaping
Spring (v. i.) A leap
Spring (v. i.) A flying back
Spring (v. i.) Elastic power or force.
Spring (v. i.) An elastic body of any kind, as steel, India rubber, tough wood, or compressed air, used for various mechanical purposes, as receiving and imparting power, diminishing concussion, regulating motion, measuring weight or other force.
Spring (v. i.) Any source of supply
Spring (v. i.) Any active power
Spring (v. i.) That which springs, or is originated, from a source
Spring (v. i.) A race
Spring (v. i.) A youth
Spring (v. i.) A shoot
Spring (v. i.) That which causes one to spring
Spring (v. i.) The season of the year when plants begin to vegetate and grow
Spring (v. i.) The time of growth and progress
Spring (v. i.) A crack or fissure in a mast or yard, running obliquely or transversely.
Spring (v. i.) A line led from a vessel's quarter to her cable so that by tightening or slacking it she can be made to lie in any desired position

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
spring break a week or more of recess during the spring term at school
leopard frog
spring frog Rana pipiens
common North American green or brownish frog having white-edged dark oval spots
green frog
spring frog Rana clamitans
similar to bullfrog, found in or near marshes and ponds, of United States and Canada
spring peeper
Hyla crucifer
a small brown tree toad having a shrill call heard near wetlands of eastern United States and Canada in early spring
spring chicken a young chicken having tender meat
spring cankerworm variably colored looper, larva of Paleacrita vernata
air cushion air spring a mechanical device using confined air to absorb the shock of motion
box spring a coiled bedspring in a frame that is covered with cloth
coil spring
volute spring
a spring in the shape of a coil
leaf spring long narrow spring consisting of several layers of metal springs bracketed together
set gun
spring gun
a gun that is set to fire on any intruder that comes in contact with the wire that sets it off
spiral spring a spring that is wound like a spiral
spring a metal elastic device that returns to its shape or position when pushed or pulled or pressed, the spring was broken
spring balance
spring scale
a balance that measure weight by the tension on a helical spring
spring mattress a mattress containing springs in a rigid frame
the elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length
green onion
spring onion
a young onion before the bulb has enlarged, eaten in salads
egg roll
spring roll
minced vegetables and meat wrapped in a pancake and fried
spring water water from a spring
mineral water water naturally or artificially impregnated with mineral salts or gasses, often effervescent, often used therapeutically
mineral kingdom all inorganic objects, contrasts with animal and plant kingdoms
spring a point at which water issues forth
hot spring
thermal spring
a natural spring of water at a temperature ofF or above
natural spring
a natural flow of ground water
mineral vein
a layer of ore between layers of rock
young person
spring chicken
a young person (especially a young man or boy)
Carolina spring beauty
Claytonia caroliniana
similar to Claytonia virginica but having usually pink flowers, eastern North America
spring beauty
Clatonia lanceolata
small slender plant having one pair of succulent leaves at the middle of the stem and a loose raceme of white or pink or rose bowl-shaped flowers and an edible corm
Virginia spring beauty
Claytonia virginica
small cormous perennial grown for its low rosette of succulent foliage and racemes of pink-tinged white flowers, eastern North America
spring cress
Cardamine bulbosa
small white-flowered cress common in wet places in eastern North America
winter heath
spring heath
Erica carnea
dwarf European shrub with very early blooming bell-shaped red flowers
spring squill
Scilla verna
sea onion
European scilla with small blue or purple flowers
spring vetchling
spring vetch Lathyrus vernus
bushy European perennial having nodding racemose violet-blue flowers
spring vetch Vicia sativa herbaceous climbing plant valuable as fodder and for soil-building
goose grass catchweed
spring cleavers
Galium aparine
annual having the stem beset with curved prickles, North America and Europe and Asia
Sanicula arctopoides
sanicle of northwestern United States and British Columbia having yellow flowers
mineral resources natural resources in the form of minerals
mineral extraction
mineral processing
mineral dressing
ore processing
ore dressing
crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques
mineral deficiency lack of a mineral micronutrient that is essential for normal nutrition or metabolism
mineral solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition
ader wax
earth wax
mineral wax
a waxy mineral that is a mixture of hydrocarbons and occurs in association with petroleum, some varieties are used in making ceresin and candles
asphalt mineral pitch a dark bituminous substance found in natural beds and as residue from petroleum distillation, consists mainly of hydrocarbons
mineral tar
a thick black tar intermediate between petroleum and asphalt
mineral wool
rock wool
a light fibrous material used as an insulator
ground water
spring water
well water
underground water that is held in the soil and in pervious rocks
mineral oil a distillate of petroleum (especially one used medicinally as a laxative or stool softener)
petroleum jelly
mineral jelly
a semisolid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum, used in medicinal ointments and for lubrication
vernal equinox
March equinox
spring equinox
the season of growth, the emerging buds were a sure sign of spring, he will hold office until the spring of next year
spring training preseason training during the spring
spring develop suddenly, The tire sprang a leak
come to mind
spring to mind
be remembered, His name comes to mind when you mention the strike
spring produce or disclose suddenly or unexpectedly, He sprang these news on me just as I was leaving
spring-clean thoroughly clean the entire house, often done only once a year, she started spring-cleaning on April
take a hop
recoil reverberate ricochet
spring back, spring away from an impact, The rubber ball bounced, These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide
bound spring
move forward by leaps and bounds, The horse bounded across the meadow, The child leapt across the puddle, Can you jump over the fence?
form take form
take shape
develop into a distinctive entity, our plans began to take shape
rise develop
uprise spring up
come into existence, take on form or shape, A new religious movement originated in that country, a love that sprang up from friendship, the idea for the book grew out of a short story, An interesting phenomenon uprose
of plants that bloom during the spring
mineral composed of matter other than plant or animal, the inorganic mineral world
spring-loaded containing a compressed spring that presses one part against another
mineral relating to minerals, mineral elements, mineral deposits


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Als Mineralquelle bezeichnet man eine Quelle, die Mineralwasser ergibt. Vom Standpunkt des Geologen oder Geochemikers ist die Unterscheidung zwischen Mineralquelle und ?Quelle? eine Frage relativ willkürlich festgelegter Grenzwerte der Mineralisation ihrer Wässer. Die Anschauungen haben sich im Verlauf der Geschichte sehr gewandelt. Frühe Aussagen über Mineralwässer und ihrer Quellorte finden sich bei Johann Theodor Tabernaemontanus und Martinus Rulandus.
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