|black radioactive mineral||thorianite|
|(Ac) radioactive metallic element (Chemistry), radioactive element||actinium|
|(American Slang) negro, black person, applying generally, of or pertaining to a class or kind; of a genus (Biology); of goods or medication sold without a brand name, generic drug, suitable for a broad range, with general name||generic|
|(Anthropology) dark-skinned, black-skinned; of Black and dark-skinned African races (derogatory in modern usage), member of a Black or dark-skinned African race (Anthropology); African-American (derogatory in modern usage)||negro|
|(British) tiny plastic or wood piece (red or black) used in checkers, diversify with color, variegate; mark like a checkerboard (also checker)||chequer|
|(Chemistry) able to crystallize into a form similar to that of a different compound or mineral (of a compound or mineral), able to crystallize like another chemical||isomorphous|
|(Chemistry) radioactive gaseous chemical element (produced by the breakdown of radium), `:Rn, radioactive element||radon|
|(Chemistry) radioactive gaseous element (produced by the breakdown of radium)||Rn (radon)|
|(Dermatology) skin disorder characterized by bluish-black patch on skin due to congestion; discoloured mark or patch on the skin||livedo|
|(Fr) radioactive chemical element, `:Fr, unstable radioactive element||francium|
|(Geology) fold shown on a map as concentrically arranged contour patterns whose amplitude decreases to zero in a regular fashion in two directions, fold in rock, mineral with long white crystals||pericline|
|(Geology) of a mineral deposit or enrichment formed near the surface (usually by descending waters), group of closely linked genes||supergene|
|(Geology) type of brown mineral (contains phosphate, cerium, lanthanum, and thorium), reddish-brown mineral||monazite|
|(Geology) variety of igneous rock, common dark-colored silicate mineral from the amphibole group; amphibole, any of several varieties of ferromagnesian silicate minerals, variety of amphibole||hornblende|
|(Informal) greatest number amount or extent (from U.S. Southern and Black English)||mostest|
|(Martial Arts) Korean grade indicating achievement level below black belt||gup|
|(Mineral) fibrous asbestos, type of asbestos||amianthus|
|(Mineralogy) an anhydrous calcium sulfate, colorless mineral||anhydrite|
|(Mo) graphite-like mineral of the chromium group used to strengthen and harden steel (Chemistry), `:Mo, metallic element||molybdenum|
|(Physical Chemistry) emanation, symbol of gaseous product of radioactive separation (including radon, thoron and actinon)||Em|
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