Definition of Leucitic

1. a. Containing leucite; as, leucitic rocks.



Definition of Leucitic

1. Adjective. (minerology) Of or pertaining to leucite. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Leucitic

1. leucite [adj] - See also: leucite

Medical Definition of Leucitic

1. Containing leucite; as, leucitic rocks. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leucitic

leucine dehydrogenase
leucine hypoglycaemia
leucine zipper
leucine zippers
leucines
leucinic
leucinol
leucinopine
leucinosis
leucins
leucinuria
leucism
leucistic
leucite
leucites
leucitic (current term)
leucitoid
leucitoids
leuco-
leuco dye
leuco form
leuco patent blue
leucoagglutinin
leucoagglutinins
leucoanthocyanidin dioxygenase
leucoaraiosis
leucocidin
leucocidins
leucocyanide
leucocyanides

Literary usage of Leucitic

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1. Elements of Chemical and Physical Geology by Gustav Bischof (1859)
"The leucitic rock of Rieden has hitherto been found only as large blocks, ... It is worth mentioning that in this leucitic rock, glassy-felspar is ..."

2. A Description of Active and Extinct Volcanos, of Earthquakes, and of Thermal by Charles Daubeny (1848)
"—Olivine—leucitic porphyry—Hypersthene rock, &c. noticed. General Nature of Volcanic Action. IF we contemplate a volcano whilst in a state of vigorous ..."

3. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1907)
"They correspond, however, sufficiently well to allow the assumption for our purpose that the actual number of modally leucitic rocks corresponds with the ..."

4. The Roman Comagmatic Region by Henry Stephens Washington (1906)
"Returning to the immediate question at issue, it will be seen that the rocks below 52.5 of silica are uniformly leucitic, while those above 56.3 are as ..."

5. Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Arkansas by Geological Survey of Arkansas (1891)
"C. leucitic Dike Rocks. 1. Leucite Syenite Dike Rock.* The leucite syenite dike rock as it occurs in the Magnet Cove region is a ..."

6. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1826)
"These volcanic vents differ, however, from that of Laach, in having produced leucitic lavas, and, consequently, their conglomerates are of a different ..."

7. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Sir David Brewster (1826)
"These volcanic vents differ, however, from that of Laach, in having produced leucitic lavas, and, consequently, their conglomerates are of a different ..."

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