\\məˈrēəˌlīt, ˈmar-\ noun (-s)
Etymology: German marialith, from Maria (latinized form of Marie, from Marie vom Rath, wife of Gerhard vom Rath died 1888 German mineralogist) + German -lith -lite
: a mineral Na4Al3Si9O24Cl that consists of a chlorine-bearing aluminosilicate of sodium and is isomorphous with meionite — see scapolite

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