Definition of medjidite in US English:

medjidite

noun

Mineralogy
rare
  • A poorly characterized uranium mineral, possibly a uranium sulphate, first found near Adrianople (now Edirne), north-west Turkey.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From the name of Abdul Mejid ( Mecid in modern Turkish orthography), Ottoman Sultan from 1839–61 + -ite.

Pronunciation

medjidite

/ˈmɛdʒɪdʌɪt/