castellite

Castellite vs Castellate - What's the difference?

castellite | castellate |


As a noun castellite

is a clear yellow form of the crystalline mineral titanite or sphene, occurring in very small, thin, tubular crystals.

As a verb castellate is

to build in the form of a castle; to add battlements to an existing building.

Sphene vs Castellite - What's the difference?

sphene | castellite |


As nouns the difference between sphene and castellite

is that sphene is (mineralogy) titanite while castellite is a clear yellow form of the crystalline mineral titanite or sphene, occurring in very small, thin, tubular crystals.

Titanite vs Castellite - What's the difference?

titanite | castellite |


As nouns the difference between titanite and castellite

is that titanite is (mineralogy) a mixed calcium and titanium neosilicate, ca]]tisi[[oxygen|o5, once known as sphene while castellite is a clear yellow form of the crystalline mineral titanite or sphene, occurring in very small, thin, tubular crystals.

Mormon vs Castellite - What's the difference?

mormon | castellite | Related terms |

Mormon is a related term of castellite.


As an adjective mormon

is mormon.

As a noun castellite is

a clear yellow form of the crystalline mineral titanite or sphene, occurring in very small, thin, tubular crystals.