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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 1)
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Etymological Review on Chemical and Pharmaceutical Substances of the Oriental Origin

Peyman Mikaili, Massoumeh Sharifi, Jalal Shayegh and Shadi Sarahroodi
Corresponding Author:  Peyman Mikaili 

Key words:  Arabic, chemicals, classical medicines, etymology, Islamic medicine, Persian, pharmacy
Vol. 4 , (1): 40-44
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2011 October, 23 2011 November, 15 2012 February, 15
Abstract:

The word of “alchemy” remembers the golden age of oriental flourishing of the chemical and medicinal sciences. In this paper, we have reviewed some of these words of oriental origin, including Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hebrew and Syriac. Some words have been passed through from one language to another. These borrowings are mentioned as a history of the words. These descriptions may be useful for full comprehension of the current meanings and the exact original meanings of the chemical names, especially for the students of related fields.
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Peyman Mikaili, Massoumeh Sharifi, Jalal Shayegh and Shadi Sarahroodi, 2012. Etymological Review on Chemical and Pharmaceutical Substances of the Oriental Origin.  International Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 4(1): 40-44.
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