Definitions for eolithˈi ə lɪθ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
e•o•lithˈi ə lɪθ(n.)
a chipped stone of the late Tertiary Period in Europe once thought to have been flaked by humans but now known to be the product of natural agencies.
Origin of eolith:
a crude stone artifact (as a chipped flint); possibly the earliest tools
Crudely chopped flints, believed to be naturally produced by geological processes such as glaciation.
Origin: From ἑός + λίθος.