Calcium carbonate (CaC03)

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
lime (noun)
- birdlime
a) a caustic highly infusible solid that consists of calcium oxide often together with magnesium oxide, that is obtained by calcining forms of calcium carbonate (as shells or ), and that is used in building (as in mortar and plaster) and in agriculture - limestone called also quicklime
b) a dry white powder consisting essentially of calcium hydroxide that is made by treating quicklime with water
c) - calcium carbonate of lime
lime (verb)
transitive verb
to smear with a sticky substance (as birdlime)
to entangle with or as if with birdlime
to treat or cover with lime - lime the lawn in the spring
lime (adjective)
of, relating to, or containing lime or - limestone
lime (noun)
a linden tree , especially - linden
lime (noun)
the small globose yellowish green fruit of a widely cultivated spiny tropical Asian citrus tree () with a usually acid juicy pulp used as a flavoring agent and as a source of vitamin C - Citrus aurantifolia
a tree that bears - limes
lime (Wikipedia)

Lime primarily refers to:

  • Lime (fruit), a green citrus fruit
  • Lime (material), inorganic materials containing calcium, usually calcium oxide or calcium hydroxide
  • Lime (color), a color between yellow and green
  • Tilia, a genus of trees known in Britain as lime trees; also lime-wood, basswood, or linden

Lime may also refer to:

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