aquamarine /ˌakwəməˈriːn/

a

I. noun

1. a precious stone consisting of a light bluish-green variety of beryl.

a small boy with eyes the colour of aquamarines.
[as modifier]
a square-cut aquamarine pendant.
2. a light bluish-green colour

[as modifier]

the aquamarine water.
– origin early 18th cent.: from Latin aqua marina ‘seawater’.

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