noun tra·chyte \ˈtra-ˌkīt, ˈtrā-\

Definition of TRACHYTE

:  a usually light-colored volcanic rock consisting chiefly of potash feldspar

Origin of TRACHYTE

French, from Greek trachys rough
First Known Use: 1821


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