any tailed amphibian of the order Caudata, having a soft, moist, scaleless skin, typically aquatic as a larva and semiterrestrial as an adult: several species are endangered.
a mythical being, especially a lizard or other reptile, thought to be able to live in fire.
any of various portable stoves or burners.
Metallurgy. a mass of iron that accumulates at the bottom of a blast furnace as a result of the escape of molten metal through the hearth.
a metal plate or disk with a handle, heated and held over pastry, casserole crusts, etc., to brown or glaze it.
an oven usually heated from the top and bottom by gas, for cooking, browning, and glazing food.
any of various urodele amphibians, such as Salamandra salamandra (European fire salamander) of central and S Europe (family Salamandridae). They are typically terrestrial, have an elongated body, and only return to water to breed
(mainly US & Canadian) any urodele amphibian
a mythical reptile supposed to live in fire
an elemental fire-inhabiting being
any person or thing able to exist in fire or great heat
(metallurgy) a residue of metal and slag deposited on the walls of a furnace
a portable stove used to dry out a building under construction
noun 1. a river in N Greece, in Thessaly, flowing E to the Gulf of Salonika. 125 miles (200 km) long. noun 1. a river in N Greece, in Thessaly, rising in the Pindus Mountains and flowing southeast and east to the Gulf of Salonika. Length: about 200 km (125 miles) Ancient name Peneus Modern […]
noun 1. a kind of sausage, originally Italian, often flavored with garlic. noun 1. a highly seasoned type of sausage, usually flavoured with garlic
noun 1. an island off the SE coast of Greece, W of Athens, in the Gulf of Aegina: Greeks defeated Persians in a naval battle 480 b.c. 39 sq. mi. (101 sq. km). 2. an ancient city on Cyprus, in the E Mediterranean: the apostle Paul made his first missionary journey to Salamis. Acts 13:5. […]
noun, Chemistry. 1. ammonium chloride. sal ammoniac noun 1. another name for ammonium chloride sal ammoniac (sāl ə-mō’nē-āk’) See ammonium chloride.