noun rho·do·nite \ˈrō-də-ˌnīt\

Definition of rhodonite

  1. :  a pale red triclinic mineral that consists essentially of manganese silicate and is used as an ornamental stone

Origin and Etymology of rhodonite

German Rhodonit, from Greek rhodon rose

First Known Use: 1823

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