Definition of Hauynes

1. Noun. (plural of hauyne) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of haüyne) ¹

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Definition of Hauynes

1. hauyne [n] - See also: hauyne

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hauynes

hautbois
hautboy
hautboyist
hautboyists
hautboys
haute
haute couture
haute cuisine
haute culture
hautein
hautest
hauteur
hauteurs
hautpas
hauyne
hauynes (current term)
hauynite
hauynites
havable
havan
havans
havarti
havartis
havdalah
havdalahs
have't
have-a-go
have-a-go hero
have-not

Literary usage of Hauynes

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1. Report by Tasmania Dept. of Mines (1897)
"There is none of the blue tint which is seen in some hauynes. The interiors are full of granular microlites ; nearly all are undergoing decomposition into ..."

2. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1893)
"... and Schwindel Is noteworthy from the much less prominent porphyritic structure. Sanidine, occasional hauynes, and still rarer ..."

3. The Roman Comagmatic Region by Henry Stephens Washington (1906)
"... with its abundant large hauynes and peculiar chemical composition, which has little in common with the ..."

4. Microscopical Physiography of the Rock-making Minerals: An Aid to the by Harry Rosenbusch (1888)
"The hauynes crystallized in rocks, when fresh, are generally perfectly isotropic; but there are occurrences which exhibit optical anomalies (Vesuvius, ..."

5. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1832)
"hauynes. Soluble in a gelatinous mass in acids; scratching apatite; scratched by quartz; texture compact; lustre between vitreous and greasy. ..."

6. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1832)
"hauynes. Soluble in a gelatinous mass in acids ; scratching apatite ; scratched by quartz ; texture compact ; lustre between vitreous and greasy. ..."

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