Libethenite Li*beth"en*ite (l[i^]*b[e^]th"[e^]n*[imac]t), n. [From Libethen, in Hungary, where it was first found.] (Min.) A mineral of an olive-green color, commonly in orthorhombic crystals. It is a hydrous phosphate of copper. [1913 Webster]

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