[myoo r-ee-at-ik] /ˌmyʊər iˈæt ɪk/
(not in scientific use) of or derived from muriatic acid.
muriatic mu·ri·at·ic (myur’ē-āt’ĭk)
Relating to brine.
noun 1. (not in scientific use) . /ˌmjʊərɪˈætɪk/ noun 1. a former name for hydrochloric acid muriatic acid (myr’ē-āt’ĭk) See hydrochloric acid.
[myoo r-i-keyt] /ˈmyʊər ɪˌkeɪt/ adjective, Botany, Zoology. 1. covered with short, sharp points. /ˈmjʊərɪˌkeɪt/ adjective 1. (biology) having a surface roughened by numerous short points: muricate stems
[myoo r-ee-uh l] /ˈmyʊər i əl/ noun 1. a female given name. fem. proper name, probably Celtic and meaning literally “sea bright,” cf. Welsh Meriel, Meryl, Irish Muirgheal, earlier Muirgel, from muir “sea” (see mere (n.)) + geal “bright.”
- Muriel spark
[spahrk] /spɑrk/ noun 1. Muriel (Sarah) (Camberg) 1918–2006, British novelist and writer, born in Scotland. /spɑːk/ noun 1. a fiery particle thrown out or left by burning material or caused by the friction of two hard surfaces 2. 3. anything that serves to animate, kindle, or excite 4. a trace or hint: she doesn’t show […]