noun mo·ses·ite \ˈmōzə̇ˌzīt, -ˌsīt\

Definition of mosesite



  1. :  a mineral Hg2N(X).H2O consisting of a hydrous nitride of mercury with other anions and water exchangeable within wide limits

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Origin and Etymology of mosesite

Alfred J. Moses †1920 American mineralogist + English -ite

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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