/aekwa/ In the civil and old English law, water; sometimes a stream or water-course

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  • 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. [1913 Webster] {Aqua ammoni[ae]}, the aqueous solution of ammonia; liquid ammonia; often… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • aqua — (n.) water, late 14c.; see AQUA (Cf. aqua ). Used in late Middle English in combinations to mean decoction, solution (Cf. aqua regia, a mix of concentrated acids, lit. royal water, so called for its power to dissolve gold and other noble metals) …   Etymology dictionary

  • aqua pu|ra — «PYUR uh», pure water. ╂[< New Latin aqua pura < Latin aqua water, pūra clean, pure] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • aqua- — comb. element or prefix meaning water, from L. aqua water; the sea; rain, cognate with P.Gmc. *akhwo, source of O.E. ea river, Goth. ahua river, waters, O.N. Ægir, name of the sea god, O.E. ieg island; all from PIE *akwa water (Cf. Skt. ap …   Etymology dictionary

  • aqua am|mo|ni|ae — «uh MOH nee ee», ammonia gas dissolved in water. ╂[< New Latin aqua ammoniae (literally) water of ammonia] …   Useful english dictionary

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