lithometeor [lith-uh-mee-tee-er] Word Origin noun Meteorology.

  1. a mass of dry particles suspended in the atmosphere, as dust or haze.

Compare hydrometeor. Origin of lithometeor First recorded in 1835–45; litho- + meteor British Dictionary definitions for lithometeor lithometeor noun

  1. a mass of solid particles, such as dust, sand, etc, falling through the atmosphere

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