Definition of lithia in English:

lithia

Syllabification: lith·i·a
Pronunciation: /ˈliTHēə
 
/

noun

Chemistry
Lithium oxide, a white alkaline solid.
  • Chemical formula: Li2O

Origin

early 19th century: modern Latin, alteration of earlier lithion, from Greek, neuter of litheios, from lithos 'stone', on the pattern of words such as soda.

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