diamantine

adjective
di·a·man·tine | \ ¦dīə¦man‧ˌtīn , -tēn , -antᵊn \

Definition of diamantine 

: consisting of or resembling diamond

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First Known Use of diamantine

1605, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for diamantine

French diamantin, from diamant diamond + -in -ine

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