The name fluorite originates from the Latin word fluere, which means flow or motion. Fluorite was originally known as Fluorospar or Fluor Spar. It is well known for its wide range of colours, which include pink, red, blue, purple, orange, green, brown, gray, black, white, and even colourless. It is interesting that this mineral may have several colours at once, like a rainbow, which can be particularly appealing. Because of its specific characteristics it is named "the most colourful stone in the world". Also, the word "fluorescence" was later derived from this stone. Read our complete Fluorite properties article

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