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A hexagonal silicate, K₂Ca₄Al₂Be₄Si₂₄O₆₀·H₂O, that occurs especially in pegmatites as colourless to pale green prismatic crystals and fibrous aggregates.
1930s; earliest use found in American Mineralogist. From German Milarit from the name of Val Milar, a valley in the Swiss Alps + -it.
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