citrine

A variety of quartz, usually pale yellow although occasionally red-brown to red-orange. The main source of citrine is Brazil. It is often confused with yellow topaz.

Citrine

[colour] The original reference point for the citrine colour was the citron fruit. The first recorded use of citrine as a colour in English was in 1386. It was borrowed from a medieval Latin and classical Latin word with the same meaning. In late medieval and early modern English the citrine colour-name was applied in a wider variety of con...
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Citrine

A variety of quartz, citrine occurs in a color range ranging from light yellow to a brilliant orange that may be confused with fine imperial topaz.
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Citrine

Variety of quartz. Yellow-orange in colour.
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citrine

[n] - semiprecious yellow quartz resembling topaz
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Citrine

Cit'rine adjective [ French citrin . See Citron .] Like a citron or lemon; of a lemon color; greenish yellow. Citrine ointment (Medicine) , a yellowish mercurial ointment, the unguentum hydrargyri nitratis .
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Citrine

Cit'rine noun A yellow, pellucid variety of quartz.
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citrine

noun semiprecious yellow quartz resembling topaz
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Citrine

• (n.) A yellow, pellucid variety of quartz. • (a.) Like a citron or lemon; of a lemon color; greenish yellow.
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citrine

transparent, coarse-grained variety of the silica mineral quartz (q.v.). Citrine is a semiprecious gem that is valued for its yellow to brownish ... [1 related articles]
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citrine

A variety of quartz, usually pale yellow although occasionally red-brown to red-orange. The main source of citrine is Brazil. It is often confused with yellow topaz.
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Citrine

A variety of quartz, citrine occurs in a color range ranging from light yellow to a brilliant orange that may be confused with fine imperial topaz.
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citrine

French for 'lemon'. A semiprecious type of quartz that ranges in colour from pale yellow to deep gold. Citrines have a hardness of 7 on the Mohs Scale
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Citrine

The citrine is a variety of quartz crystal that earns its name by possessing a yellow-orange taint. Translucent and vividly coloured some darker citrine crystals can be easily mistaken with fine polished pieces of amber. Along with Topaz it is a birthstone for November.
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citrine

dark greenish-yellow
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