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massicot

[ mas-i-kot ]
/ ˈmæs ɪˌkɒt /
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noun
monoxide of lead, PbO, in the form of a yellow powder, used as a pigment and drier.
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Origin of massicot

1425–75; late Middle English masticot<Middle French <Italian massicotto<Arabic masḥaqūniyā, perhaps <Greek
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British Dictionary definitions for massicot

massicot
/ (ˈmæsɪˌkɒt) /

noun
a yellow earthy secondary mineral consisting of lead oxide. Formula: PbO

Word Origin for massicot

C15: via French from Italian marzacotto ointment, perhaps from Arabic shabb qubti Egyptian alum
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