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blood·stone

 (blŭd′stōn′)
n.
A variety of deep-green chalcedony flecked with red jasper. Also called heliotrope.
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bloodstone

(ˈblʌdˌstəʊn)
n
1. (Jewellery) a dark-green variety of chalcedony with red spots: used as a gemstone. Also called: heliotrope
2. (Minerals) a dark-green variety of chalcedony with red spots: used as a gemstone. Also called: heliotrope
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blood•stone

(ˈblʌdˌstoʊn)

n.
a greenish variety of chalcedony spotted with red jasper; heliotrope.
[1545–55]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bloodstone - green chalcedony with red spots that resemble bloodbloodstone - green chalcedony with red spots that resemble blood
calcedony, chalcedony - a milky or greyish translucent to transparent quartz
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Translations

bloodstone

[ˈblʌdstəʊn] Nrestañasangre m, sanguinaria f
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bloodstone

[ˈblʌdˌstəʊn] neliotropio
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References in classic literature ?
The ghastly fate of the African as he sank down to his terrible doom, his black face growing grey with terror, his white eyeballs, now like veined bloodstone, rolling in the helpless extremity of fear.
Among the winning titles include: Gardening in Arabia: Fruiting Plants in Qatar and the Arabian Gulf by Shuaa Abdullah al-Sada in the category of Home & Garden; Bloodstone by Tim Mackintosh-Smith in the category of Fiction: Multicultural; The Light of Hope, written by Basma El-Khatib, illustrated by Bilal Bassal and translated by Ghenwa Yehia, in the category of Children's Mind/Body/Spirit; and Alphabet City, written by Omar Khalifa and illustrated by Fabiola Colavecchio, in the category of Children's Novelty & Gift Book.
The winning titles include 'Gardening in Arabia: Fruiting Plants in Qatar and the Arabian Gulf' by Shuaa Abdullah al Sada in the category of Home & Garden; 'Bloodstone' by Tim Mackintosh-Smith in the category of Fiction: Multicultural; 'The Light of Hope', written by Basma El-Khatib, illustrated by Bilal Bassal and translated by Ghenwa Yehia, in the category of Children's Mind/Body/Spirit; and Alphabet City, written by Omar Khalifa and illustrated by Fabiola Colavecchio, in the category of Children's Novelty & Gift Book.
The high rate of street crimes in Pakistan's cultural capital did not hold Muhammad Yar back from adorning his car with the valuable stones ruby, topaz, carnelian, bloodstone, yellow jasper, quartz, and turquoise collected from various countries.
Vasco's work can be found on Slayer's 'Repentless,' Soulfly's 'Enslaved,' Hatebreed's 'The Concrete Confession,' Kreator's 'Gods of Violence' and Machinehead's 'Bloodstone and Diamonds,' to name a very few.
Obsidian, an incredibly hard and brittle glass, commonly used in the crafting of knives and arrowheads, is a recurring item in Durham's travel kit--one of countless geologic specimens to make appearances here (from a small Brazilian bloodstone affixed to a panel to an assortment of minerals that look like fine cheeses and cured meats to photographic documentation of a car being crushed by a massive boulder, whose side is crudely painted to resemble a face).
The Dolls will be supported by Chester-based hard rockers Bloodstone Jack.
The headband of the crown features seven gems and semiprecious stones, the names of which spell the word "Alberta": amethyst, lazurite, bloodstone, emerald, ruby, topaz and agate.
The Professor has possession of one part of the Bloodstone, and is seeking the other two interlocking parts Lady Fang, with her gang of androids and other nasty creatures, has her own designs on the Bloodstone and world domination.