sapo-, sapon-

sapo-, sapon-
Soap. [L. sapo]

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  • sapon- — ⇒SAPO(N) , (SAPO , SAPON )élém. formant I. Élém. tiré du lat. sapo, saponis « savon », entrant dans la constr. de mots sc. A. BIOCHIM., CHIM. V. saponacé, saponifiable (rem. s.v. saponifier), saponifiant (rem. s.v. saponifier), saponification,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • sapo- — ⇒SAPO(N) , (SAPO , SAPON )élém. formant I. Élém. tiré du lat. sapo, saponis « savon », entrant dans la constr. de mots sc. A. BIOCHIM., CHIM. V. saponacé, saponifiable (rem. s.v. saponifier), saponifiant (rem. s.v. saponifier), saponification,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • sapon — elem. săpun . (< fr. sapon , cf. lat. sapo, nis) Trimis de raduborza, 17.01.2009. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • saponification — Conversion into soap, denoting the hydrolytic action of an alkali on fat, especially on triacylglycerols; in histochemistry, s. is used to demethylate or reverse blockage of carboxylic acid groups, thus permitting basophilia to occur. [sapo… …   Medical dictionary

  • saponated — sap·o·na·ted (săpʹə nā tĭd) adj. Combined or treated with a soap.   [From Latin sāpō, sāpōn , hair dye. See saponin.] * * * …   Universalium

  • saponaire — [ sapɔnɛr ] n. f. • 1562; erbe savoniere XIIe; lat. bot. saponaria ♦ Plante (caryophyllacées) à tige dressée portant des fleurs roses et odorantes, et contenant un glucoside, la saponine, qui mousse comme du savon. ● saponaire nom féminin (latin… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • saponaceous — [ˌsapə neɪʃəs] adjective resembling or containing soap; soapy. Origin C18: from mod. L. saponaceus (from L. sapo, sapon soap ) + ous …   English new terms dictionary

  • saponify — [sə pɒnɪfʌɪ] verb (saponifies, saponifying, saponified) Chemistry turn (fat or oil) into soap by reaction with an alkali. ↘convert (any ester) into an alcohol and a salt by alkaline hydrolysis. Derivatives saponifiable adjective saponification… …   English new terms dictionary

  • saponin — [ sapənɪn] noun Chemistry any of a class of toxic compounds which foam when shaken with water, found in soapwort and other plants. Origin C19: from Fr. saponine, from L. sapo, sapon soap …   English new terms dictionary

  • savon — [ savɔ̃ ] n. m. • 1256; lat. sapo, onis, d o. germ. 1 ♦ Produit utilisé pour le dégraissage et le lavage, obtenu par l action d un alcali sur un corps gras (surtout huiles végétales). Savon blanc. Savon noir, utilisé pour laver les carrelages,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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