Related formsper·i·do·tit·ic [per-i-doh-tit-ik, puh-rid-uh-] /ˌpɛr ɪ doʊˈtɪt ɪk, pəˌrɪd ə-/, adjective
Examples from the Web for peridotite
In this locality the original rock is a peridotite, relatively low in nickel, which has been altered to serpentine.
Small diamonds have been found in peridotite masses in Pike County, Arkansas, but these are of very little commercial value.
Most of these occur along with troctolites, norites, serpentine and peridotite.
In Georgia the asbestos, which is anthophyllite, occurs in lenticular masses in peridotite associated with gneiss.
Peridotite and gabbro form much of the eastern peninsula (Banggai).