Definition of sarcopside
: a mineral (Fe,Mn,Ca)7(PO4)4F2(?) consisting of a fluoride and phosphate of calcium, manganese, and iron
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Origin and Etymology of sarcopside
German sarkopsid, from sark- sarc- + Greek ōps face, eye + German -id -ide; from the fleshlike color it exhibits — more at eye
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