amygdale

/ (əˈmɪɡdeɪl) /

noun

a vesicle in a volcanic rock, formed from a bubble of escaping gas, that has become filled with light-coloured minerals, such as quartz and calciteAlso called: amygdule (əˈmɪɡdjuːl)

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Word Origin for amygdale

C19: from Greek: almond
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