American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A transparent blue-green variety of beryl, used as a gemstone.
- n. A pale blue to light greenish blue.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A transparent variety of beryl of a bluish or seagreen tint, used as a gem.
- n. A bluish-green color resembling that of the finest beryl.
- n. The bluish-green colour of the sea.
- n. A bluish-green variety of beryl.
- adj. Of a bluish-green colour.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Same as Aquamarine.
- n. (Min.) A transparent, pale green variety of beryl, used as a gem. See beryl.
- n. a transparent variety of beryl that is blue green in color
- n. a shade of blue tinged with green
- From Latin aqua ("water") + marinus ("marine"), adjective form from mare ("sea") (Wiktionary)
- Latin aqua marīna, sea water : aqua, water; see aqua + marīna, of the sea; see marine. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Her hands were wide and extremely strong looking; one thumbnail was rimmed in aquamarine blue, and the other wrist had a faint smudge of yellow.”
“She had hair of wavy gold, a white brow, eyes of a colour never seen but in the precious stone called aquamarine, cheeks of rose, a nose straight and finely cut.”
“Its seat was in her eyes, which many thought not at all beautiful, for they were like those gems called aquamarine, of a puzzling tint varying from blue to green, lustrous and lapping the beholder with their gentle lambency, except when passion moved her, when I have seen them glow with a menacing light as though they might shoot forth green flames.”
“Pegmatite is important to collectors because it often contains crystals such as aquamarine, topaz and tourmaline, Howe said.”
“From a distance, they tossed the coconuts and other offerings into the aquamarine waters toward the white-sand beaches, hoping to coax the Sentinelese out of the thick forest.”
“Someone somewhere (in an air conditioned office) is probably looking at colour swatches right now, deciding on a new ‘less confrontational’ colour scheme for riot gear (black is so last G8) pale aquamarine I suspect, very calming. on July 8, 2009 at 11: 33 am Stocking”
“Extraordinary multiple all-year waterfalls cascading down an otherwise undistinguished mountainside but beautiful with several deep crystal aquamarine pools for swimming or simple sightseeing.”
“A Fabergé brooch with a huge Siberian aquamarine sitting regally on top of a glittering rim of interwoven diamonds symbolizing eternity and union is breathtaking enough, but when Mr. Munn starts to tell the story of the piece it takes on an otherworldly quality.”
“Beautiful deserted white beaches and marshlands and aquamarine if somewhat turbid seas.”
“Whales, rare green sea turtles, and hawksbill turtles also ply these aquamarine waters, along with nine species of sea snakes, some lethal.”
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List title totally stolen from she. Right, the stock entry for this list should be a two-word phrase where one of the words denotes a colour; even better if the expression has some metaphoric value...
This is a continuing list of Crayon Colors past and present. As I find new ones added to the "box", I will add them here as well!
tiara's color lists rebuilt. ;)
( visual, colors, green, descriptive, randomness )
tiara's color lists rebuilt :)
( visual, colors, blue, descriptive, randomness )
My words unusual strange new clever or stupid
of or relating to water
just names of colors
Uncommon color names, mostly nouns.
Always my favorite color, and it comes in so many shades.
Words for colors, including things so associated with a color that they can be used in reference to a color.
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