sulphide

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Etymology 1[edit]

Noun[edit]

sulphide (plural sulphides)

  1. (British spelling, chemistry) Alternative spelling of sulfide

Etymology 2[edit]

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Particularly: “Possibly related to sylphide??”

Noun[edit]

sulphide (plural sulphides)

  1. A kind of clear marble with a small statuette or figure inside.
    • 1997, Miriam L. Plans, Caring for your antiques & collectibles (page 94)
      Rare marbles, especially overlays, sulphides, clambroths, and other unusual specimens, need gentle washing and drying.