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mac·le

 (măk′əl)
n.
1. Chiastolite.
2. A twinned crystal.
3. A dark spot or discoloration in a mineral.

[French, from Old French, lozenge, from Latin macula, mesh.]

macle

(ˈmækəl)
n
(Minerals) another name for chiastolite, twin3
[C19: via French from Latin macula spot, stain]

ma•cle

(ˈmæk əl)

n.
a twinned crystal.
[1720–30; < French]
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