noun lau·sen·ite \ˈlȯsənˌīt, ˈlau̇zən-\

Definition of lausenite



  1. :  a mineral Fe2(SO4)3.6H2O consisting of a hydrous ferric sulfate —called also rogersite

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Origin and Etymology of lausenite

Carl Lausen, 20th century American mining engineer + English -ite

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to criticize severely

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