Ro"me*ine\, Romeite \Ro"me*ite\, n. [F. rom['e]ine. So calledafter the French mineralogist Rom['e] L'Isle.] (Min.) A mineral of a hyacinth or honey-yellow color, occuring in square octahedrons. It is an antimonate of calcium.
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