sagenite

noun
sag·​e·​nite | \ ˈsajəˌnīt\
plural -s

Definition of sagenite

: a mineral consisting of an acicular rutile that occurs in reticulated forms and is often embedded in quartz or other minerals

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History and Etymology for sagenite

French sagénite, from Latin sagena large fishing net + French -ite

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