Definition of K-lyte
1. Noun. Salt of potassium (KCl) (trade names K-Dur 20, Kaochlor and K-lor and Klorvess and K-lyte); taken in tablet form to treat potassium deficiency.
Language type: Brand, Brand Name, Marque, Trade Name
Generic synonyms: Chloride
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Lexicographical Neighbors of K-lyte
K-T extinction event
Literary usage of K-lyte
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Plymouth Hymnal: For the Church, the Social Meeting, and the Home by Lyman Abbott (1894)
"Henry K. Lyte 3 Come, for love waxes cold. Its steps are faint and slow; Faith now is lost in unbelief. Hope's lamp burns dim and low. ..."
2. Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1851)
"Every prisoner, taken in arms, was directly put to death, or hanged and broken on the wheel, in Alais, Nimes, or St. Hip|K>lyte. Such was the success of ..."
3. The Magazine of Poetry and Literary Review (1892)
"... N. K" LYTE. "Abide with me." Rev. Henry Francis Lyte, AM, one of the choicest singers of his time was born in 1793 and died November 20, 1847. ..."
4. Hymnal of the Protestant Episcopal Church: With Music by Alfred Bailey Goodrich, Walter Bond Gilbert (1872)
"SM r -Ki K, LYTE. 1. Far from my heaven - ly home, Far from my Fa - ther's breast, I ^ Faint-ing I cry, blast Spir-it, come, And speed me to my rest A-men. ..."
5. Bibliographie der Deutschen Zeitschriften-literatur by Felix Dietrich, Reinhard Dietrich (1907)
"... Explosion - Kunst - Majestät - Preis - Rußland - Sozial- - Straf- Funck: Jugend — K: Vivisektion Funcke, Ov: Pferd Funk: Hip|K>lyte — C: Tier — S: Raba ..."