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gangue

noun \ˈgaŋ\

Definition of GANGUE

:  the worthless rock or vein matter in which valuable metals or minerals occur

Origin of GANGUE

French, from German Gang vein of metal, from Old High German, act of going
First Known Use: 1809

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