Definition of Aegirites

1. aegirite [n] - See also: aegirite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aegirites

aedine
aefald
aefauld
aegicrane
aegicranes
aegides
aegilops
aegilopses
aegipan
aegipanes
aegipans
aegir
aegirine
aegirines
aegirite
aegirites (current term)
aegises
aeglogue
aeglogues
aegophony
aegrotat
aegrotats
aegyptianellosis
aelotropic
aelurophil
aelurophile
aelurophiles
aelurophils
aelurophobe

Literary usage of Aegirites

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1. Minerals in Arkansas: Including a Review of Oil and Gas Conditions by Jim G. Ferguson (1922)
"... at Potash Sulphur Springs and Magnet Cove. Microcline Alkaline alumina silicate; triclinic potash-feldspar. Greenish, in granitic rocks, with aegirites; ..."

2. Outlines of the Geology, Soils and Minerals of the State of Arkansas by Jim G. Ferguson (1920)
"... Alkaline alumina silicate: triclinic potash feldspar.—Greenish, in granitic rocks, with aegirites; ..."

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