Definition of Morganite

1. Noun. A kind of pink beryl used as a gemstone.

Generic synonyms: Beryl, Transparent Gem



Definition of Morganite

1. Noun. (minerology) A gemstone of pegmatite deposits. Morganite is a transparent pink variety of beryl. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Morganite

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morganite

moreness
morenesses
morenosite
moreover
morepork
moreporks
mores
moreso
moresomes
moresques
morgagnian cyst
morgan
morganatic
morganatically
morganite (current term)
morganites
morgans
morgay
morgays
morgen
morgens
morglay
morglays
morgue
morguelike
morgues
moria
morian
morias

Literary usage of Morganite

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1. Mechanical World and Engineering Record (1881)
"morganite materials. These demonstrate the wide variety of applications, both electrical and mechanical, to the engineering industry; morganite carbon ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1904)
"... the cupel with a cup- shaped depression in the bottom ; in fact, in making it double ended. The litharge soaks through exactly as in morganite (PATENT) ..."

3. A Manual of Fire Assaying by Charles Herman Fulton (1911)
"A number of brands are on the market, as the morganite cupel, made by the Morgan Crucible Co., Battersea Works, London, those made by Deleuil, Paris, ..."

4. Third Appendix to the 6th Ed. of Dana's System of Mineralogy by William Ebenezer Ford, James Dwight Dana (1915)
"morganite. Rose-colored beryls named morganite in honor of JP Morgan; Kunz, Am. J. Sc., 31, 81, 1911. ..."

5. High Speed Dynamo Electric Machinery by Henry Metcalf Hobart, A. G. Ellis (1908)
"Variation of contact resistance and voltage drop with current density for morganite brushes. erable favour. These brushes afford a very good instance of ..."

6. Continuous Current Machine Design by William Cramp (1910)
"82 shows the variation of properties due to changing pressure of the well-known morganite ' Link' 1 brush which is so constructed as to have a high ..."

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