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lap·is

 (lăp′ĭs)
n.
1. Lapis lazuli.
2. A medium to dark blue.

[Short for lapis lazuli.]

lapis

(ˈlæpɪs)
n
(Colours) the deep blue colour of lapis lazuli
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Featuring 370 carats of semi-precious Lapis Lazuli, each smooth, polished nugget of deep blue Lapis Lazuli is interspersed with a gold-plated bead.
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