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A variety of deep-green chalcedony flecked with red jasper. Also called heliotrope.
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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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a greenish variety of chalcedony spotted with red jasper; heliotrope.
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bloodstone[ˈblʌdˌstəʊn] n → eliotropio
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