iron pyrite
noun see iron pyrites

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • pyrite — py•rite [[t]ˈpaɪ raɪt[/t]] also pyrites 1) n. mir a brass yellow mineral, iron sulfide, FeS2 Also called iron pyrites iron pyrite Etymology: 1560–70; < L pyrītēs < Gk pyritēs, n. use of adj.: of fire, so called because it produces sparks… …   From formal English to slang

  • iron pyrites — noun Date: circa 1817 pyrite called also iron pyrite …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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