Melchior

[alloy] In metallurgy, melchior is an alloy of copper, mainly with nickel (5–30%). Its name originates from melchior, which in turn is distorted maillechort, honoring the French inventors of the alloy, Maillot and Chorier. The term melchior sometimes refers not only to the copper-nickel alloys, but also ternary alloys of copper with nicke...
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Melchior

[n] - United States operatic tenor (born in Denmark) noted for his Wagnerian roles (1890-1973) 2. [n] - (New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus
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Melchior

noun (New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus; usually represented as a king of Nubia
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Melchior

Lauritz Lebrecht Hommel Melchior noun United States operatic tenor (born in Denmark) noted for his Wagnerian roles (1890-1973)
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Melchior

Melchior is a Roman boy name. The meaning of the name is `King`s City` Where is it used? The name Melchior is mainly used In Judeo-Christian Legend.How do they say it elsewhere? Melchor ( In Spanish) Melchiorre ( In Italian) The name Melchior doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Melchior seems to b...
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Melchior

[disambiguation] Melchior is both a given name and a surname. Melchior may also refer to: ...
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melchior

a huge bottle of champagne, holding about 18 liters.
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Melchior

Melchior (mel'kēôr) : see Wise Men of the East.
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Melchior

In Christian mythology, Melchior was one of the three wise men who travelled from the east to pay homage to the baby Jesus.
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Melchior

Type: Term Pronunciation: mel′kē-ōr Definitions: 1. J.C., Danish physician. See: Dyggve-Melchior-Clausen syndrome
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melchior

Melchior was a transitional figure between Rococo and Neoclassicism. His early work was graceful and often sentimental, and his favorite subjects included religious groups, pastoral scenes, characters from mythology, and children. As his career progressed, his work became less sentimental and more neoclassical.
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Melchior

Melchior is the name given in later legend to one of the Biblical Magi appearing in the Gospel of Matthew. Notable people with the name include: ==First name== ==Middle name== ==Family name== ==In fiction== ...
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Melchior

Oversized bottle with a volume of 18 liters and the capacity of 24 standard bottles. This giant size was used in Bordeaux, used in Tuscany and in South Africa for still wines. The name is derived from one of the Three Wise Men (Balthasar and Caspar next) or "wise men from the East" of the New Testament in the Bible from which the newborn ...
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