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smaragd

[ smar-agd ]
/ ˈsmær ægd /
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noun Rare.
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Origin of smaragd

1225–75; Middle English smaragde<Old French smaragde, esmaragde;see emerald
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British Dictionary definitions for smaragd

smaragd
/ (ˈsmæræɡd) /

noun
archaic any green gemstone, such as the emerald

Derived forms of smaragd

smaragdine (sməˈræɡdɪn), adjective

Word Origin for smaragd

C13: via Latin from Greek smaragdos; see emerald
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