[mahy-kruh-lith] /ˈmaɪ krə lɪθ/
a tiny stone tool, often of geometric shape, made from a bladelet and mounted singly or in series as the working part of a composite tool or weapon, especially during late Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic times.
(archaeol) a small Mesolithic flint tool which was made from a blade and formed part of hafted tools
microlith mi·cro·lith (mī’krə-lĭth’)
A minute calculus, usually multiple and resembling coarse sand.
A very small blade made of flaked stone and used as a tool, especially in the European Mesolithic Period.
microlithiasis mi·cro·li·thi·a·sis (mī’krō-lĭ-thī’ə-sĭs) n. The formation, presence, or discharge of minute calculi or gravel.
[mahy-kruh-lith-ik] /ˌmaɪ krəˈlɪθ ɪk/ adjective 1. pertaining to or characterized by the use of , as a people or culture. 2. of the nature of or resembling a , as a tool.
[mahy-kruh-lit-ik] /ˌmaɪ krəˈlɪt ɪk/ adjective, Petrography. 1. of or relating to the texture of a porphyry whose groundmass consists of in a glassy matrix.
[mahy-kroh-lohn] /ˈmaɪ kroʊˌloʊn/ noun 1. a very small, short-term loan at low interest, especially to a start-up company or self-employed person.