(n) Molten stone that hits our planet's surface through a volcano or fissure.
(n) The stone formed because of the air conditioning and solidifying of molten stone.
(n) The melted stone ejected by a volcano from the crater or fissured edges.
lava in Astronomy Dictionary
molten rock this is certainly erupted onto the area of a planet and it is hot enough to move. by MichaelReport definition
lava in Community Dictionary
Molten stone which includes ben extruded from a subterranean reservour(magma chamber) on the planet's surface. Numerous factors are involved in deciding just how powerful is ejected on the surface, however the silica content is apparently a sizable determing aspect. The bigger the silica, the thicker the melt, which in turn causes mixed gases to become trapped inside crystal lattices within the melt, therefore...KABOOM!! by Idella WhippleReport definition
one thing hotter than fire; another level of hotnesshot-> fire-> lava -> magma -> nova by AdalineReport definition
Lava is molten rock that comes from the mantle of a planet. Typically extracted through volcanos either on land or underneath water. To not ever be confused with magma, which is molten stone that is still under the planets area. Magma becomes lava after it erupts on the surface. The core of Earth is oftentimes puzzled is magma or stone, but most experts believe it is metal or other steel generating the magnetized poles. by Dorethea KrickReport definition