diopside[dī äp′sīd′, -sid]
Origin: French ; from di- (see di-) plush Classical Greek opsis, appearance, sight (; from ōps, eye); associated, association inch(es) meaning with Classical Greek diopsis, transparency ; from dia-, through plush opsis, sight
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Origin: French : di-, two (from Greek; see di-1) + Greek -opsis, -opsis.
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