Why are they called magnets?

Answer According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the English word "magnet" comes from the Latin word "magnetum" or "lodestone." Most Western European words for "magnet" also share this origin.OriginTh... Read More »

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What are round magnets usually called?

Round magnets can hold up pictures on the refrigerator, or be used as high-powered super conductors. They are often called disc magnets if they are whole and donut magnets if they have a hole in th... Read More »

What is it called when you make pictures out of magnets?

Pictures made out of magnets are called photo magnets. Pictures and photographs can be cut, sized, and made into magnets and presented as gifts or used for personal use. This can be done at home or... Read More »

What is the force that repels two magnets called?

Each magnet has a north and south pole. When the same poles of two magnets are in close proximity, the magnetic fields of the poles push the magnets apart. This force is called repulsion. The force... Read More »

What is the name of the cartoon with little magicians on hover scooters and they used to like race them and they had one mortal kid and they called him a 'morty'?