Definitions

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  • n. A mineral, consisting chiefly of the silicate of bismuth.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A mineral, consisting chiefly of the silicate of bismuth, found at Freiberg; -- called also culytine.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A mineral consisting chiefly of silicate of bismuth, found at Schneeberg in Saxony.

Etymologies

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Ancient Greek

Examples

  • And Rose paused that they might listen to the following burst of eloquence from Mac's lips: "You know Frenzal has shown that the globular forms of silicate of bismuth at Schneeburg and Johanngeorgenstadt are not isometric, but monoclinic in crystalline form, and consequently he separates them from the old eulytite and gives them the new name Agricolite."

    Rose in Bloom

  • "You know Frenzal has shown that the globular forms of silicate of bismuth at Schneeburg and Johanngeorgenstadt are not isometric, but monoclinic in crystalline form, and consequently he separates them from the old eulytite and gives them the new name Agricolite.?

    Rose In Bloom

  • Mac's lips: "You know Frenzal has shown that the globular forms of silicate of bismuth at Schneeburg and Johanngeorgenstadt are not isometric, but monoclinic in crystalline form, and consequently he separates them from the old eulytite and gives them the new name

    Rose in Bloom

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