a crystalline crust, usually quartz, lining the sides of a small rock cavity
Origin of druseGerman ; from Middle High German druos, a boil, swelling, gland ; from OHG, akin to Dutch droes, goiter
a member of a religious sect primarily in Syria and Lebanon: their beliefs, though drawn from several sources, are primarily Muslim
Origin of DruseArabic Dur?z, plural , after Ismail al-Daraz? (lit., tailor), the founder (11th circa )
A cavity or opening in rock lined with tiny crystals, usually composed of the same minerals that occur in the rock.
Origin of druseGerman, weathered ore, probably from Middle High German druos, gland, tumor, from Old High German.
(plural druses or drusen)
- Alternative form of Druze.