cornelian

A red variety of the quartz gemstone chalcedony, which is used in jewellery, especially in signet rings and beads, and for seals. The gems range from medium, slightly cloudy red to clear, deep red.

Cornelian

• (n.) Same as Carnelian.
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Cornelian

Cor┬Ěnel'ian noun [ French cornaline , Old French corneline , from Latin cornu horn. So called from its horny appearance when broken. See Horn , and confer Carnelian .] (Min.) Same as Carnelian .
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cornelian

A red variety of the quartz gemstone chalcedony, which is used in jewellery, especially in signet rings and beads, and for seals. The gems range from medium, slightly cloudy red to clear, deep red.
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cornelian

cornelian: see carnelian.
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