Axinite Ax"i*nite, n. [Named in allusion to the form of the crystals, fr. Gr. ? an ax.] (Min.) A borosilicate of alumina, iron, and lime, commonly found in glassy, brown crystals with acute edges. [1913 Webster]

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  • axinite — ax·i·nite …   English syllables

  • axinite — ˈasksəˌnīt noun ( s) Etymology: French, from Greek axinē axhead, ax + French ite; from its ax shaped crystals : a mineral Ca2(MnFe)Al2BSi4O15OH, consisting of borosilicate of aluminum and calcium with varying amounts of iron and manganese… …   Useful english dictionary

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