fire opal


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fire opal

n.
An opal with brilliant flamelike yellow, orange, and red colors. Also called girasol.

fire opal

n
(Minerals) an orange-red translucent variety of opal, valued as a gemstone
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Noun1.fire opal - an opal with flaming orange and yellow and red colorsfire opal - an opal with flaming orange and yellow and red colors
opal - a translucent mineral consisting of hydrated silica of variable color; some varieties are used as gemstones
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