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    Unclear; possibly from the Greek (antimonos), against to solitude, as the aspect was anticipation never to is in its authentic form; or from the announcement Antos Ammon, which may be translated as blossom of the god Ammon.

    # a actinic aspect (symbol Sb) with an of 51. The attribute is acquired from the Latin stibium.

    *Georgian: (stibiumi)

    *German:

    *Greek, Modern: (andimonio)

    *Hebrew: (antimon)

    *Hungarian:

    *Icelandic:

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    *Irish:

    *Italian:

    *Japanese: (anchimon), (anchimoni)

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    *Kazakh: (sur知a)

    *Korean: (antimon), (antimoni)

    *Latin:

    *Latvian:

    *Lithuanian:

    *Luxembourgish:

    *Macedonian: (antimon)

    *Malay:

    *Maltese:

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    *Mongolian: (budag)

    *Norwegian:

    *Polish:

    *Portuguese: (Port.), (Brazil)

    *Romanian: ,

    *Russian: (sur知a) , (stibium)

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    *Serbian: ()

    *Slovak:

    *Slovenian:

    *Spanish:

    *Swedish:

    *Tajik:

    *Tamil: (antimani)

    *Thai: (pluang)

    *Turkish:

    *Ukrainian: (surma)

    *Uzbek: (sur知a)

    *Vietnamese:

    *Welsh:

    

    *: (from Abate Vanderkrogts site), which is correct?

    For a added all-encompassing ancestry and added advice accredit to:

    http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/elem/sb.html

    (A lot of the translations were taken from that website with permission from the author)

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