goe|thite

goe|thite
goe|thite «GOH thyt, GER tyt», noun.
a mineral consisting of a hydrous oxide of iron; göthite.
[< Johann W. von Goethe, 1749-1832, a German writer and philosopher (because of his studies in mineralogy) + -ite1]

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  • goe — goe·the·an; goe·thite; goe·thi·an; lin·goe; …   English syllables

  • thite — acan·thite; an·or·thite; an·thro·pop·a·thite; chal·can·thite; cher·e·thite; chlo·an·thite; goe·thite; me·rog·na·thite; or·thite; pel·e·thite; sca·phog·na·thite; mal·thite; …   English syllables

  • goethite — goe·thite …   English syllables

  • goethite — goe•thite [[t]ˈgoʊ θaɪt, ˈgœ taɪt[/t]] n. mir a mineral, iron hydroxide, HFeO2, occurring in yellow or brown earthy masses and in crystals: a common ore of iron • Etymology: 1815–25; after Goethe; see ite I …   From formal English to slang

  • Goethite — Gothite G[ o] thite, gothite go thite, or Goethite Goe thite, n. [After the poet G[ o]the.] (Min.) A hydrous oxide of iron ({HFeO2}), occurring in prismatic crystals, also massive, with a fibrous, reniform, or stalactitic structure. The color… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Gothite — G[ o] thite, gothite go thite, or Goethite Goe thite, n. [After the poet G[ o]the.] (Min.) A hydrous oxide of iron ({HFeO2}), occurring in prismatic crystals, also massive, with a fibrous, reniform, or stalactitic structure. The color varies from …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gothite — G[ o] thite, gothite go thite, or Goethite Goe thite, n. [After the poet G[ o]the.] (Min.) A hydrous oxide of iron ({HFeO2}), occurring in prismatic crystals, also massive, with a fibrous, reniform, or stalactitic structure. The color varies from …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • HFeO2 — Gothite G[ o] thite, gothite go thite, or Goethite Goe thite, n. [After the poet G[ o]the.] (Min.) A hydrous oxide of iron ({HFeO2}), occurring in prismatic crystals, also massive, with a fibrous, reniform, or stalactitic structure. The color… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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