Main definitions of coalite in US English:

: Coalite1coalite2

Coalite1

noun

historical
  • A form of coke sold as a smokeless fuel, especially for heating. [A trademark in the United Kingdom.]

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in The Trade Marks Journal. From coal + -ite.

Pronunciation

Coalite

/ˈkəʊlʌɪt/

Main definitions of coalite in US English:

: Coalite1coalite2

coalite2

verb

rare
  • with object And without object. To combine, unite, merge; specifically to form into a coalition.

Origin

Late 16th century. From classical Latin coalit-, past participial stem of coalēscere coalesce. In later use perhaps partly after coalition.

Pronunciation

coalite

/ˈkəʊəlʌɪt/