Definition of sodalite
: a transparent to translucent mineral that consists of a silicate of sodium and aluminum with some chlorine, has a vitreous or greasy luster, and is found in various igneous rocks
Recent Examples of sodalite from the Web
Like if you're stressed, try smudging lavender on a piece of sodalite, placing it on your third eye, and lying down for an hour.
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Origin and Etymology of sodalite
First Known Use: 1810See Words from the same year
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