Idiomorphous

Id`i·o·morph'ous adjective [ Greek 'idio`morfos of peculiar form; 'i`dios peculiar + ... form.] 1. Having a form of its own. 2. (Crystallog.) Apperaing in distinct crystals; -- said of the mineral constituents of a rock.
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idiomorphous

1. Having a form of its own. ... 2. <chemistry> Apperaing in distinct crystals; said of the mineral constituents of a rock. ... Origin: Gr. Of peculiar form; peculiar + form. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Idiomorphous

• (a.) Having a form of its own. • (a.) Apperaing in distinct crystals; -- said of the mineral constituents of a rock.
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idiomorphous

idiomorphic, idiomorphous, idiomorphism 1. The state or quality of having a peculiar or characteristic form; uniqueness, or individuality in form. 2. Having its own characteristic form; specifically, having its characteristic crystallographic faces:;said of one of the constituent minerals of a rock.
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