noun poly·ar·gy·rite \ˌpälēˈärjəˌrīt\

Definition of polyargyrite



  1. :  a mineral Ag24Sb2S15(?) consisting of a sulfide of antimony and silver occurring chiefly in indistinct cuboctahedrons

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Origin and Etymology of polyargyrite

German polyargyrit, from poly- + argyr- + -it -ite

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to criticize severely

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