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1. Of or relating to emeralds.
2. Having the color of emeralds.
also sma·ragd (smə-răgd′, smăr′ăgd′) Emerald.

[Middle English, from Latin smaragdinus, emerald-green, from Greek smaragdinos, from smaragdos, emerald.]


(Jewellery) archaic any green gemstone, such as the emerald
[C13: via Latin from Greek smaragdos; see emerald]
smaragdine adj
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A Try Thuja Smaragd which is dark green and used for hedging.
It has been narrated on the authority of Anas, who said that the Messenger of Allah said, "Allah has a Tablet, its one side is made of red hyacinth (yaqutah hamara'), the other of green smaragd (dhumurrdah khadra').
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Fabricius, De gordel van smaragd (The Hague, 1953), pp.