Dysluite
Dysluite Dys"lu*ite, n. [Gr. dys- ill, hard + ? to loose, dissolve.] (Min.) A variety of the zinc spinel or gahnite. [1913 Webster]

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  • dysluite — dys·lu·ite …   English syllables

  • dysluite — ˈdi(ˌ)slüˌīt, də̇ˈs noun ( s) Etymology: irregular from dys + Greek lyein to loosen, dissolve + English ite more at lose : a brown variety of gahnite …   Useful english dictionary

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