monimolite

noun mo·nim·o·lite \məˈniməˌlīt\

Definition of monimolite

plural

-s

  1. :  a yellowish or brownish green mineral (Pb,Ca)3Sb2O8(?) consisting of an oxide of lead, calcium, and antimony

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Origin and Etymology of monimolite

Swedish monimolit, from Greek monimos stable, steady (from menein to remain) + Swedish -lit -lite — more at mansion


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