- of or relating to emeralds.
- emerald-green in color.
- Rare. smaragd.
Origin of smaragdine
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Examples from the Web for smaragdine
Then Smaragdine set herself busily to work in embroidering a carpet.
"As above, so below," is the teaching on the Smaragdine Table of Hermes.Simon Magus
George Robert Stow Mead
Smaragdine forthwith put the house in the nicest order, and set about dressing a little supper with the most exquisite skill.
She happened to enter at a moment when the female slaves of the house were misusing poor Smaragdine.
With this he placed himself below Smaragdine's window, received her on his shoulders, and darted off with her like lightning.