syn·​an·​tec·​tic | \ ¦sinən‧¦tektik, -iˌnan‧-\
variants: or synantetic \ -​etik \

Definition of synantectic

: formed by the reaction of two other minerals — compare corona sense 2h

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History and Etymology for synantectic

synantectic alteration of synantetic; synantetic from (assumed) Greek synantetos (verbal of Greek synantan to meet, encounter, from syn- + antan to meet face to face, from anta opposite) + English -ic; akin to Greek anti against

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