Definition of Opaline. Meaning of Opaline. Synonyms of Opaline

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Definition of Opaline

Opaline
Opaline O"pal*ine, n. 1. An opaline variety of yellow chalcedony. 2. Opal glass. 3. An opaline color or expanse.
Opaline
Opaline O"pal*ine, a. [Cf. F. opalin.] Of, pertaining to, or like, opal in appearance; having changeable colors like those of the opal.

Meaning of Opaline from wikipedia

- The opalines are a small group of peculiar heterokonts, currently ****igned to the family Opalinidae, in the order Slopalinida. Their name is derived from...
- The term "opaline" in current times refers to many forms of opaque and colored gl****. In France the term opaline is used to refer to multiple types of...
- Opaline is the third studio album by Dishwalla, released on April 23, 2002 on Immergent Records. "Opaline" - 04:10 "Angels or Devils" - 04:03 "Somewhere...
- Opaline may refer to: Opaline, a group of protists Opaline, an album by Dishwalla Opaline gl****, decorative French gl**** Opaline silica: an amorphous or...
- The Opaline budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour or appearance of budgerigars. It is the underlying mutation...
- that fed on green algae, like ulva lactuca. The ink and opaline glands produce ink and opaline respectively; these two substances are mixed in the cavity...
- The three spot gourami (Trichopodus trichopterus), also known as the opaline gourami, blue gourami, and gold gourami, is a species of fish native to southeastern...
- Ino/Lutino/Albino Palefaced Ino/Creamino Non-****-linked ino/Recessive Ino Opaline/Pearl Palefaced, often incorrectly known as Pastelfaced Pallid, often incorrectly...
- Opaline Deveraux Wadkins (1912–2000) organized the first school to train black nurses in Oklahoma City, fought for desegregation of the College of Nursing...
- Geyserite is a form of opaline silica that is often found around hot springs and geysers. It is sometimes referred to as sinter. Botryoidal geyserite...
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