- a gray, pink, or yellow mica, occurring in brittle monoclinic crystals.
- an aggregate of small, rudimentary crystals resembling minute globules in a row: found in glassy volcanic rocks.
Origin of margarite
Words nearby margarite
How to use margarite in a sentence
Johnson, Webster, and Halliwell give margarite as an English word.
When after days it was done, and commandant must be chosen, the Viceroy's choice fell upon Pedro Margarite.
Fifty-six men he left with Margarite, and the rest of us marched home across the Vega and the northern mountains to Isabella.
Pedro Margarite was placed in command with fifty-six men, and then Columbus started to return to Isabella.
Margarite was also told that he must capture, by force or stratagem, the cacique Caonabo and his brothers.