noun, plural chal·ced·o·nies.
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Origin of chalcedony
OTHER WORDS FROM chalcedonychal·ce·don·ic [kal-si-don-ik], /ˌkæl sɪˈdɒn ɪk/, chal·ced·o·nous, adjective
Words nearby chalcedony
Example sentences from the Web for chalcedony
As soon as we landed we perceived that the ground was strewn with flaked chips of chalcedony, jasper, and similar stones.A Canyon Voyage|Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
A chalcedony made the wearer lucky at law, increased the vigour of one's body, and prevented illusions of the devil.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
Agate-jasper is a variety intermediate between true jasper and chalcedony.
Chalcedony, which is the color of fire, shows who will be neighbors with God.
The materials include basalt, chert, chalcedony, and obsidian.The Topanga Culture Final Report on Excavations, 1948|A. E. Treganza