One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A substance which deforms by viscous flow when below its melting point; especially a rock of this kind.
Characteristic of a rheid.
1950s. From ancient Greek ῥεῖν to flow (from the same Indo-European base as Sanskrit sru- to flow) + -id, after fluid, liquid.
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