(usually uncountable, plural Tyndall stones)
After the town of Tyndall, Manitoba, where the stone is quarried, in turn named after Irish physicist John Tyndall (1820–93). Tyndall, Tindall (“inhabitant of the Tyne river valley”) < Tyne.
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