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- a transparent, pale bluish-green variety of beryl, used in jewelry
- its color
Origin: Classical Latin aqua marina, sea water
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- A transparent blue-green variety of beryl, used as a gemstone.
- A pale blue to light greenish blue.
Origin: Latin aqua marīna, sea water : aqua, water; see aqua + marīna, of the sea; see Marine .