Origin of cymophane
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Cymophane, or chatoyant chrysoberyl, may also be asteriated.
Another important variety is that of the chrysoberyl called "cymophane."
The cymophane, whose azure waves float over the milky tint swimming in its depths.Against The Grain
a yellow or green opalescent variety of chrysoberyl
Word Origin for cymophane
C19: from Greek kuma wave, undulation + -phane
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