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Castile soapSoap Soap, n. [OE. sope, AS. s[=a]pe; akin to D. zeep, G.
seife, OHG. seifa, Icel. s[=a]pa, Sw. s?pa, Dan. s?be, and
perhaps to AS. s[=i]pan to drip, MHG. s[=i]fen, and L. sebum
tallow. Cf. Saponaceous.]
A substance which dissolves in water, thus forming a lather,
and is used as a cleansing agent. Soap is produced by
combining fats or oils with alkalies or alkaline earths,
usually by boiling, and consists of salts of sodium,
potassium, etc., with the fatty acids (oleic, stearic,
palmitic, etc.). See the Note below, and cf.
Saponification. By extension, any compound of similar
composition or properties, whether used as a cleaning agent
Note: In general, soaps are of two classes, hard and soft.
Calcium, magnesium, lead, etc., form soaps, but they
are insoluble and useless.
The purifying action of soap depends upon the
fact that it is decomposed by a large quantity of
water into free alkali and an insoluble acid
salt. The first of these takes away the fatty
dirt on washing, and the latter forms the soap
lather which envelops the greasy matter and thus
tends to remove it. --Roscoe &
Castile soap, a fine-grained hard soap, white or mottled,
made of olive oil and soda; -- called also Marseilles, or
Hard soap, any one of a great variety of soaps, of
different ingredients and color, which are hard and
compact. All solid soaps are of this class.
Lead soap, an insoluble, white, pliable soap made by
saponifying an oil (olive oil) with lead oxide; -- used
externally in medicine. Called also lead plaster,
Marine soap. See under Marine.
Pills of soap (Med.), pills containing soap and opium.
Potash soap, any soap made with potash, esp. the soft
soaps, and a hard soap made from potash and castor oil.
Pumice soap, any hard soap charged with a gritty powder, as
silica, alumina, powdered pumice, etc., which assists
mechanically in the removal of dirt.
Resin soap, a yellow soap containing resin, -- used in
Silicated soap, a cheap soap containing water glass (sodium
Soap bark. (Bot.) See Quillaia bark.
Soap bubble, a hollow iridescent globe, formed by blowing a
film of soap suds from a pipe; figuratively, something
attractive, but extremely unsubstantial.
This soap bubble of the metaphysicians. --J. C.
Soap cerate, a cerate formed of soap, olive oil, white wax,
and the subacetate of lead, sometimes used as an
application to allay inflammation.
Soap fat, the refuse fat of kitchens, slaughter houses,
etc., used in making soap.
Soap liniment (Med.), a liniment containing soap, camphor,
Soap nut, the hard kernel or seed of the fruit of the
soapberry tree, -- used for making beads, buttons, etc.
Soap plant (Bot.), one of several plants used in the place
of soap, as the Chlorogalum pomeridianum, a California
plant, the bulb of which, when stripped of its husk and
rubbed on wet clothes, makes a thick lather, and smells
not unlike new brown soap. It is called also soap apple,
soap bulb, and soap weed.
Soap tree. (Bot.) Same as Soapberry tree.
Soda soap, a soap containing a sodium salt. The soda soaps
are all hard soaps.
Soft soap, a soap of a gray or brownish yellow color, and
of a slimy, jellylike consistence, made from potash or the
lye from wood ashes. It is strongly alkaline and often
contains glycerin, and is used in scouring wood, in
cleansing linen, in dyehouses, etc. Figuratively,
flattery; wheedling; blarney. [Colloq.]
Toilet soap, hard soap for the toilet, usually colored and
Castile soap Cas"tile soap` [From Castile, or Castilia, a
province in Spain, from which it originally came.]
A kind of fine, hard, white or mottled soap, made with olive
oil and soda; also, a soap made in imitation of the
Meaning of Castile from wikipedia
(historical region), a vaguely defined historical region
of Spain covering
most of Castile
and León, all of the...
to the crowns
and Aragon. When her mother Queen Isabella
I of Castile
died in 1504, Joanna became Queen
her father, King...
- On July 6, 2016, Philando Castile
, a 32-year-old African-American, was pulled
over while driving
Heights, Minnesota, and killed
- The Crown
was a medieval state
in the Iberian Peninsula
in 1230 as a result
of the third
and definitive union
of the crowns
- The Kingdom
(/kæˈstiːl/; Spanish: Reino
de Castilla, Latin: Regnum
Castellae) was a large
and powerful state located
on the Iberian
and León (UK: /kæˈstiːl ... leɪˈɒn/, US: /-ˈoʊn/; Spanish: Castilla
y León [kasˈtiʎa i leˈon] (listen)) is an autonomous community
- (Spanish: Isabel, 22 April
1451 – 26 November
from 1474 until
her death. Her marriage
II of Aragon
soap is an olive-oil-based hard soap made in a style similar
to that originating
in the Castile region
of Spain. The origins
- 1482 to 1506 and the first member
of the house
to be King of Castile
I. The son of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian
I by his first
King of Castile
V, when Isabella
held the crown
in 1504. At Isabella's death
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