Etymology
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litharge (n.)

"mineral form of lead monoxide" (used to make red pigments), early 14c., from Old French litarge, from Latin lithargyrus, from Greek lithargyros, from lithos "stone" (see litho-) + argyros "silver" (from PIE root *arg- "to shine; white," hence "silver" as the shining or white metal).

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