adjective leu·co·crat·ic \¦lükə¦kratik\

Definition of leucocratic

of a mineral or rock

  1. :  having a light color — compare melanocratic, mesocratic

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Origin and Etymology of leucocratic

German leukokrat leucocratic (from leuk- leuc- + -krat, from Greek kratein to rule, prevail) + English -ic; akin to Greek kratos strength — more at hard

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