noun di·pyre \ˈdīˌpī(ə)r\

Definition of dipyre



  1. :  mizzonite; specifically :  a variety of scapolite with the components marialite and meionite in a ratio of about 3:2

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Origin and Etymology of dipyre

French, from di- + Greek pyr fire; from the double effect of fire in fusing it and making it phosphorescent — more at fire

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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