[ zˈɜːbɐnˌɪt], [ zˈɜːbɐnˌɪt], [ z_ˈɜː_b_ɐ_n_ˌɪ_t]
How to use "Zirbanit" in context?
Zirbanit is a type of clay that is resistent to weathering. The name zirbanit comes from the Arabic word zirban, meaning "to make white." Zirbanit clays were used in Middle Eastern pottery from the late fourth millennium BC to the late first millennium AD.
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