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A monoclinic sulphide and antimonide of lead and copper, CuPb₁₃Sb₇S₂₄, that is a rare ore mineral for the latter elements usually occurring as greyish-black prisms and in fibrous masses.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in American Journal of Science. From the name of Giuseppe Meneghini, Italian biologist, palaeontologist, and geologist + -ite.
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