ligure

[ lig-yoo r ]
/ ˈlɪg yʊər /
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noun

a precious stone, probably the jacinth. Ex. 28:19.

Origin of ligure

1275–1325; Middle English ligury < Late Latin ligūrius < Late Greek ligýrion a kind of precious stone
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ligure

/ (ˈlɪɡjʊə) /

noun

Old Testament any of the 12 precious stones used in the breastplates of high priests

Word Origin for ligure

C14: from Late Latin ligūrius, from Late Greek ligurion
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