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celestite

noun ce·les·tite \ˈse-ləs-ˌtīt, sə-ˈles-ˌtīt\

Definition of CELESTITE

:  a usually white mineral consisting of the sulfate of strontium

Origin of CELESTITE

German Zölestin, from Latin caelestis
First Known Use: 1854

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