Archaic and rare words are also omitted. A Latin record of a different kind comes from Sicily in 1072, the year the Latins defeated the Arabs in Sicily at the capital city Palermo. Palermo was put in charge of the navy of the Kingdom of Sicily. Latin Mediterranean in the 13th century.
The insertion of the letter ‘d’ was undoubtedly influenced by allusion to the word admire, a classical Latin word. The word is in a number of medieval Arabic dictionaries meaning “brick”. The Arabic dictionary of Al-Jawhari dated about year 1000 made the comment that the Arabic word had come from the Coptic language of Egypt. The word entered English from Mexico in the 18th and 19th centuries. The albatrosses are large diving seabirds that are only found in the Southern Hemisphere and the Pacific Ocean regions.
In Arabic the word had its origin in a Greek alchemy word that had been in use in the early centuries AD in Alexandria in Egypt in Greek. 12th century and was widely circulating in Latin in the 13th century. In Latin in the 14th and 15th centuries the sole meaning was a very fine-grained powder, made of any material. That sense for the word is in medieval Arabic dictionaries. Spanish during the 14th to 16th centuries.
The earliest chemical distillations were by Greeks in Alexandria in Egypt in about the 3rd century AD. The Arabic entered medieval Spanish. In medieval Spain alfalfa had a reputation as the best fodder for horses. 9th-century mathematician Mohammed Ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi. This algebra book was translated to Latin twice in the 12th century. The medieval Latins borrowed the method and the names. The word has no record in medieval Arabic mathematics except as a person’s proper name.