Granit′iform, Gran′itoid, of the form of or resembling Granite; Granolith′ic, composed of cement formed of pounded Granite.
It is the Granit feuillete of M. de Saussure, and, if I mistake not, what is called gneis by the Germans.
It is the Granit feuilletée of M. de Sauffure, and, if I mistake not, is called gneiss by the Germans.
Granit Gra·nit (grä-nēt'), Ragnar Arthur. Born 1900.
Finnish-born Swedish physiologist. He shared a 1967 Nobel Prize for research on the human eye.