(countable and uncountable, plural cimolites)
First attested in 1801; formed as Latin Cimōlia (from the Ancient Greek Κιμωλία γῆ (Kimōlia gē, “earth of Cimolus”) — Cimōlus being the former name of Argentiera) + English -ite.
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