smeraldo

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smeraldo (accusative singular smeraldon, plural smeraldoj, accusative plural smeraldojn)

  1. emerald (gemstone)
    • 1903, Trans. M. Goldberg Fundamenta Krestomatio, Project Gutenberg transcription
      Smeraldojn, perlojn kaj armaĵojn, / Tapiŝojn, vazojn kaj teksaĵojn,
      Emeralds, pearls and arms, / Carpets, vases and woven goods,

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smeraldo (plural smeraldi)

  1. emerald

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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *smaraūdus, from Latin smaragdus, from Ancient Greek σμάραγδος (smáragdos) (modern, σμαράγδι (smarágdi)), of Semitic origin. Compare French émeraude.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /smeˈral.do/, [z̪meˈr̺al̺.d̪o]
  • Hyphenation: sme‧ràl‧do

NounEdit

smeraldo m (plural smeraldi)

  1. emerald (gemstone)
    Lo smeraldo è una gemma verde.Emerald is a green gemstone.

AdjectiveEdit

smeraldo (invariable)

  1. emerald-like in colour; emerald green (attributive)
    Un mare color smeraldo.An emerald-coloured sea.

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