\\ˈhisiŋəˌrīt, ˈhizi-\ noun (-s)
Etymology: German hisingerit, from Wilhelm Hisinger died 1852 Swedish geologist + German -it -ite
: a mineral perhaps Fe2Si2O5(OH)4.2H2O consisting of a black amorphous iron ore that is a hydrous ferric silicate

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