noun ne·ot·o·cite \nēˈätəˌsīt\

Definition of neotocite



  1. :  a mineral consisting of a hydrous silicate of manganese and iron but having an uncertain formula

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Origin and Etymology of neotocite

Swedish neotokit, from Greek neotokos newborn (from ne- + tokos childbirth, offspring, from tiktein to give birth to, beget) + Swedish -it -ite — more at thane

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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