[glaw-kuh-nahyt] /ˈglɔ kəˌnaɪt/
a greenish micaceous mineral consisting essentially of a hydrous silicate of potassium, aluminum, and iron and occurring in greensand, clays, etc.
a green mineral consisting of the hydrated silicate of iron, potassium, aluminium, and magnesium: found in greensand and other similar rocks. Formula: (K,Na,Ca)0.5-1(Fe,Al,Mg)2(Si,Al)4O10(OH)2.nH2O
[glaw-kuh-feyn] /ˈglɔ kəˌfeɪn/ noun 1. a sodium-rich monoclinic mineral of the amphibole family, usually metamorphic. glaucophane (glou’kə-fān’) A blue to grayish-blue or bluish-black monoclinic mineral of the amphibole group. Glaucophane occurs as fibrous prisms in schists (especially blueschists) formed by the regional metamorphism of sodium-rich rocks. Chemical formula: Na2(Mg,Fe)3Al2Si8O22(OH)2.
noun 1. a large white and pale-gray gull, Latus hyperboreus, of Arctic regions. noun 1. a gull, Larus hyperboreus, of northern and arctic regions, with a white head and tail and pale grey back and wings
Related Terms glom noun verb [1907+ Underworld & hoboes; fr British dialect glaum, glam, ”hand,” ultimately fr Old English clamm, ”bond, grasp,” related to clamp]
/ɡlɔːr/ noun 1. (Scot) mud or mire