Molybdite Mo*lyb"dite, n. (Min.) Molybdic ocher. [1913 Webster]

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  • molybdite — məˈlibˌdīt noun ( s) Etymology: German molybdit, modification (influenced by it ite) of English molybdine, from molybd + ine : ferrimolybdite called also molybdic ocher * * * molybdite Min. (məʊˈlɪbdaɪt) …   Useful english dictionary

  • molybdite — (mo li bdi t ) s. f. Terme de minéralogie. Pierre qui contient des particules de plomb. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Terme grec signifiant plomb, et la finale chimique ite …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • molybdite — mo·lyb·dite …   English syllables

  • molybdite — /məˈlɪbdaɪt/ (say muh libduyt) noun a hydrous ferric molybdate, occurring in molybdenite. Also, molybdic ochre. {German molybdit} …   Australian English dictionary

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