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Definition of Adamantine
Adamantine Ad`a*man"tine, a. [L. adamantinus, Gr. ?.]
1. Made of adamant, or having the qualities of adamant;
incapable of being broken, dissolved, or penetrated; as,
adamantine bonds or chains.
2. (Min.) Like the diamond in hardness or luster.
Meaning of Adamantine from wikipedia
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lustre, non-metallic, brilliant light reflecting
is a mineral, often referred
to as adamantine
spar. It is a silky brown
form of corundum. It has a Mohs rating
of 9. Adamantine
is also used...
- name derived
from the Neo-Latin ending
-ium) are also common
has, throughout ancient
that was made of...
- as the specimen
is rotated). A list of such phenomena
below. Adamantine minerals possess
is most notably
seen in diamond...
- on the English
noun and adjective adamant
(and the derived adjective adamantine
to the neo-Latin suffix
"-ium." The adjective adamant
is a veneer developed
by The Celluloid Manufacturing Company
of New York City, covered
by U.S. Patent number
232,037, dated September
- scale hardness
10 Luster Adamantine Streak White Specific gravity
3.5–3.53 g/cm3 Polish luster Adamantine Birefringence
- Carrie Espinoza
and the Roxxon soldiers
with her salvage
a Weirdworld Adamantine Crystal filled
le Fay's mystic energies which
- or greenish
in tint and varies
with an adamantine
lustre. It is very brittle, and has a conchoidal
fracture. It has a Mohs...
is positive, and its luster
is even more strongly adamantine
than that of rutile. Two growth habits
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