the accumulation of abnormally large amounts of nitrogenous waste products in the blood, as in uremic poisoning.
1900, also azotaemia, from azot- (see azo-) + Greek haima “blood” (see -emia).
azotemia az·o·te·mi·a (āz’ə-tē’mē-ə, ā’zə-)
az’o·te’mic (-mĭk) adj.
mercury, regarded by alchemists as the assumed first principle of all metals. the universal remedy of Paracelsus. Historical Examples The alchemists by azoth sometimes meant to express the creative principle of nature. The Browning Cyclopdia Edward Berdoe I write not Fables; with your hands you shall handle, and with, your eyes you shall see azoth, […]
of or relating to azote; nitric. Historical Examples In deflagration with nitre, azotic gas is likewise disengaged, because azote is one of the constituent elements of nitric acid. Elements of Chemistry, Antoine Lavoisier The other substances, azotic acid and potash, were all at his disposal. Abandoned Jules Verne During this operation, a large quantity of […]
to nitrogenize. verb a less common word for nitrogenize
any of several rod-shaped or spherical soil bacteria of the genus Azotobacter, important as nitrogen fixers. noun any bacterium of the family Azotobacteriaceae, important in nitrogen fixation in the soil