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ber·yl

 (bĕr′əl)
n.
A transparent to translucent glassy mineral, essentially aluminum beryllium silicate, Be3Al2Si6O18, occurring in hexagonal prisms and constituting the chief source of beryllium. Transparent varieties in white, green, blue, yellow, or pink are valued as gems.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin bēryllus, from Greek bērullos, from bērullion, from Prakrit veruliya, from Pali veḷuriya; perhaps akin to Tamil veḷiru or viḷar, to whiten, become pale.]

ber′yl·line (-ə-lĭn, -līn′) adj.
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beryl

(ˈbɛrɪl)
n
(Minerals) a white, blue, yellow, green, or pink mineral, found in coarse granites and igneous rocks. It is a source of beryllium and is sometimes used as a gemstone; the green variety is emerald, the blue is aquamarine. Composition: beryllium aluminium silicate. Formula: Be3Al2Si6O18. Crystal structure: hexagonal
[C13: from Old French, from Latin bēryllus, from Greek bērullos, of Indic origin]
ˈberyline adj
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ber•yl

(ˈbɛr əl)

n.
a mineral, beryllium aluminum silicate, Be3Al2Si6O18, varieties of which are the gems emerald and aquamarine: the principal ore of beryllium.
[1275–1325; Middle English beril (< Anglo-French) < Late Latin bērillus, Latin bēryllus < Greek bḗryllos]
ber•yl•ine (ˈbɛr ə lɪn, -ˌlaɪn) adj.
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ber·yl

(bĕr′əl)
A usually green or bluish-green mineral that is a silicate of beryllium and aluminum. Beryl occurs as transparent to translucent prisms in igneous and metamorphic rocks. Transparent varieties, such as emeralds, are valued as gems. Beryl is the main source of the element beryllium.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.beryl - the chief source of berylliumberyl - the chief source of beryllium; colored transparent varieties are valued as gems
atomic number 4, Be, beryllium, glucinium - a light strong brittle grey toxic bivalent metallic element
mineral - solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition
aquamarine - a transparent variety of beryl that is blue green in color
emerald - a green transparent form of beryl; highly valued as a gemstone
morganite - a kind of pink beryl used as a gemstone
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Translations
Берил
beryl
berilo
berüll
berylli
beril
berill
緑柱石
beryllus
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beryl
beryll
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beryl

[ˈberɪl] Nberilo m
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beryl

nBeryll m
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beryl

[ˈbɛrɪl] nberillo
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References in classic literature ?
So said, he o're his Scepter bowing, rose From the right hand of Glorie where he sate, And the third sacred Morn began to shine Dawning through Heav'n: forth rush'd with whirlwind sound The Chariot of Paternal Deitie, Flashing thick flames, Wheele within Wheele undrawn, It self instinct with Spirit, but convoyd By four Cherubic shapes, four Faces each Had wondrous, as with Starrs thir bodies all And Wings were set with Eyes, with Eyes the Wheels Of Beril, and careering Fires between; Over thir heads a chrystal Firmament, Whereon a Saphir Throne, inlaid with pure Amber, and colours of the showrie Arch.
Elsewhere, it was around 2pm when retired lecturer Philip Jaboma received the information that his Beril Achieng' had died in the crash.
The Meloidogyne incognita population was prepared by inoculating a single egg mass onto the susceptible tomato variety Beril. Infected roots were brought into the lab, washed with running tap water, surface sterilized in 0.5% sodium hypochlorite for 2 min, washed three additional times with sterile water, and then placed in 10 ml tubes supplemented with the antibiotic streptomycin at a concentration of 1 g/l before incubation at 25AdegC.
Thanks to my partners Tony Tot, Omondi Odhiambo, Sally Vurage, Beril Oondo and Angie Makala.
Layton (United Kingdom), Denise Rosenthal (Chile), Ekin Beril (Turkey), Joshua Simon (Singapore), Laura Tobon (Colombia), Stan Walker (New Zealand), Thomas (Italy) and William Wei (Taiwan).
Surgical and Medical Practices: Raciha Beril Kucumen, Canan Ash Yildirim, Concept: Raciha Beril Kugumen, Design: Raciha Beril Kugumen, Ferda Qiftgi, Data Collection or Processing: Raciha Beril Kugumen, Berna Sahan Analysis or Interpretation: Raciha Beril Kugumen, Berna Sahan, Literature Search: Berna Sahan, Writing: Raciha Beril Kucumen, Berna Sahan.
(*) Beril Nisa Yasar, Research Assistant, Hacettepe University, Faculty of Nursing, Department of Obstetrics and Women's Health Nursing, Ankara-Turkey.
Johnny Mansour, historian and political science lecturer at Beit Beril University in Israel, said that the country's leadership wanted to divert attention from their own problems and find a scapegoat.
Ozge Dedeoglu (1), Deniz Yuksel (1), Cigdem Genc Sel (1), Mustafa Kilic (2), Kader Karli Oguz (3), Beril Talim (4)
Alper Agca, Ihsan Cakir, Beril Tulu Aygun, Dilek Yasa, Yusuf Yildirim, Burcin Kepez Yildiz, and Ahmet Demirok
(26.) Beril Dedeoglu, Bolgesel Butunlesme, (Istanbul: Yeni Yuzyil Yayinlari, 2015), p.
Concept: Sibel Tulgar Kinik, Nazmi Mutlu Karakas, Design: Sibel Tulgar Kinik, Nazmi Mutlu Karakas, Data Collection and Processing: Nazmi Mutlu Karakas, Beril Ozdemir, Analysis and Interpretation: Aysegul Haberal, M.