metalline

adjective
met·​al·​line | \ˈmetᵊlˌīn, -ˌēn, -ə̇n\

Definition of metalline 

2 : impregnated with metallic substances metalline water

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History and Etymology for metalline

Middle English mettaline, from Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle French metaline, from Medieval Latin metallinus made of metal, from Latin metallum metal + -inus -ine

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