Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of carnelian.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Paris, asking that the cornaline cup might be sent him which had been on order for the past two years.

    Balzac

  • The warm welcome he received on reaching Madame Hanska's residence made him so sanguine that he wrote to Froment-Meurice, his jeweller in Paris, asking that the cornaline cup might be sent him which had been on order for the past two years.

    Balzac

  • The warm welcome he received on reaching Madame Hanska’s residence made him so sanguine that he wrote to Froment-Meurice, his jeweller in Paris, asking that the cornaline cup might be sent him which had been on order for the past two years.

    Balzac

  • Phoenician cylinders are in glass, green serpentine, cornaline, black hæmatite, steatite, and green jasper. [

    History of Phoenicia

  • No. 1 is a scarab of cornaline found by M. de Vogüé in Phoenicia Proper. [

    History of Phoenicia

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