noun war·wick·ite \ˈwȯr(w)iˌkīt, ˈwäriˌ-\

Definition of warwickite



  1. :  a mineral (Mg, Fe)3Ti(BO4)3 consisting of a borate of titanium, iron, and magnesium and occurring in brown to black orthorhombic prisms (hardness 3–4, specific gravity 3.4

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Origin and Etymology of warwickite

Warwick, village of southeastern New York + English -ite

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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