piedmontite

[ peed-mon-tahyt ]
/ ˈpid mɒnˌtaɪt /

noun

a mineral, similar to epidote but containing manganese: found in schists and manganese ores.

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Origin of piedmontite

From German, dating back to 1850–55; see origin at Piedmont, -ite1
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British Dictionary definitions for piedmontite

piedmontite

piemontite

/ (ˈpiːdmɒnˌtaɪt, -mən-) /

noun

a dark red mineral occurring in metamorphic rocks: a complex hydrated silicate containing calcium, aluminium, iron, and manganese. Formula: Ca 2 (Al,Fe,Mn) 3 (SiO 4) 3 OH

Word Origin for piedmontite

C19: from Piedmont in Italy
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