Definition of zincite in English:

zincite

Syllabification: zinc·ite
Pronunciation: /ˈziNGˌkīt
 
/

noun

A rare deep red or orange-yellow mineral consisting chiefly of zinc oxide, occurring typically as granular or foliated masses.
More example sentences
  • They first analyzed zinc made from zincite and franklinite.
  • Despite its striking beauty, zincite remains a rare collector's item.

Origin

mid 19th century: from zinc + -ite1.

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