American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mineral, also known as fire-opal. It is a transparent variety of opal, usually milk-white, bluish-white, or sky-blue, and reflects a reddish glow in any bright light, whence its name.
- n. A fire opal.
- n. an opal with flaming orange and yellow and red colors
- n. tall perennial with hairy stems and leaves; widely cultivated for its large irregular edible tubers
- Spanish (Wiktionary)
- Italian girasole, sunflower, opal : girare, to turn; see girandole + sole, sun (from Latin sōl; see sāwel- in Indo-European roots). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Combine el aguacate, la papaya, el camarón, el chile morrón y las semillas de girasol en un recipiente grande.”
“The Shadow is at his desk, researching a situation, girasol ring flickering as usual.”
“A gold ring featuring a large girasol, an orange-yellow variety of precious opal, gleamed faintly in the light.”
“Others have curious flashes of light, technically called a "play" of light (as described in Chapter VI. on "Colour"), together with a curious blue opalescence; these are the "girasol.”
“From this girasol we have made Jerusalem, and from the Jerusalem artichoke we make”
“(Soy sauce roasted ajonjolí, mijo rojo, girasol y pepitas.”
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