Definition of rivotite in English:

rivotite

noun

Mineralogy
rare, historical
  • An amorphous yellowish-green material consisting of oxides of antimony and arsenic, now recognized as a mixture of malachite and stibiconite.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Geological Magazine. From French rivotite from the name of Louis-Édouard Rivot, French mineralogist + -ite.

Pronunciation

rivotite

/ˈrɪvətʌɪt/