[kahy-uh-nahyt] /ˈkaɪ əˌnaɪt/
a mineral, aluminum silicate, Al 2 SiO 5 , occurring in blue or greenish bladed triclinic crystals, used as a refractory.
a grey, green, or blue mineral consisting of aluminium silicate in triclinic crystalline form. It occurs in metamorphic rocks and is used as a refractory. Formula AL2SiO5
A bluish-green to colorless triclinic mineral. Kyanite occurs as long, thin, blade-shaped crystals in metamorphic rocks. It is unique among minerals in having two grades of hardness, one along its length, and one along its width. It is a polymorph of andalusite and sillimanite, but can form at lower temperatures than either of these. Chemical formula: Al2SiO5.
[kahy-uh-nahyz] /ˈkaɪ əˌnaɪz/ verb (used with object), kyanized, kyanizing. 1. to treat (wood) against decay with a solution of mercuric chloride. /ˈkaɪəˌnaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to treat (timber) with corrosive sublimate to make it resistant to decay
[kyaht, kee-aht] /kyɑt, kiˈɑt/ noun 1. a paper money, cupronickel coin, and monetary unit of Burma (Myanmar), equal to 100 pyas. /kɪˈɑːt/ noun 1. the standard monetary unit of Myanmar, divided into 100 pyas
[kahy-uh-thos, -thuh s] /ˈkaɪ əˌθɒs, -θəs/ noun, plural kyathoi [kahy-uh-thoi] /ˈkaɪ əˌθɔɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek and Roman Antiquity. 1. a deep bowl set on a foot, often having a high voluted or serpentine handle rising from the brim and terminating immediately above the juncture of the body and the stem: used for ladling wine into […]
/ˈkaɪˌbəʊ/ noun 1. (Austral, slang) a temporary lavatory constructed for use when camping