moss agate

moss agate
moss agate
a kind of agate containing dark-colored, branchlike markings of manganese or iron oxides

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  • moss agate — a kind of agate or chalcedony containing brown or black mosslike dendritic markings from various impurities. [1790 1800] * * * ▪ mineral also called  mocha stone        grayish to milky white agate (q.v.), a variety of the silica mineral quartz… …   Universalium

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  • moss agate — noun Date: 1798 an agate mineral containing brown, black, or green mosslike or dendritic markings …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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