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Beryl

Description
A hard mineral (beryllium aluminium silicate) that occurs in the form of green, blue, yellow or white crystals.

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Etymology
Middle English, from Old French, from Latin bryllus, from Greek brullos, from brullion, from Prakrit veruliya, from Pali veuriya; akin to perhaps akin to Tamil veiruor viar, to whiten, become pale.
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