tutenague
Tutenag Tu"te*nag, n. [F. toutenague; cf. Pg. tutenaga, tutanaga. See {Tutty}.] (Metal.) (a) Crude zinc. [India] (b) Packfong. [Written also {tutenague}.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Tutenag — Tu te*nag, n. [F. toutenague; cf. Pg. tutenaga, tutanaga. See {Tutty}.] (Metal.) (a) Crude zinc. [India] (b) Packfong. [Written also {tutenague}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • paktong — noun An alloy of zinc, copper and nickel, closely resembling silver, of Chinese origin; any of a number of similar alloys developed in imitation of the Chinese product. Chinese export metalwork consists almost entirely of three categories:… …   Wiktionary

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