cas·sit·er·ite noun \kə-ˈsi-tə-ˌrīt\
: a brown or black mineral that consists of tin dioxide and is the chief source of metallic tin —called also tinstone
Origin of CASSITERITE
from Greek kassiteros
First Known Use: 1858
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