Chrysomyia Chrys·o·my·ia (krĭs’ə-mī’ə, -yə)
A genus of flies that includes species that cause myiasis in humans.
[kri-sof-uh-neen, -nin] /krɪˈsɒf əˌnin, -nɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a bright yellow dye derived from stilbene, used chiefly for dyeing leather and textiles.
[kris-uh-fahyt] /ˈkrɪs əˌfaɪt/ noun 1. any algae of the phylum Chrysophyta, comprising the yellow-green algae, golden-brown algae, and diatoms, distinguished by having in various proportions the three pigment groups chlorophyll (green), carotene (yellow), and xanthophyll (brown), and storing food reserves as oil rather than starch.
[kris-uh-preyz] /ˈkrɪs əˌpreɪz/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. a green variety of chalcedony, sometimes used as a gem. /ˈkrɪsəˌpreɪz/ noun 1. an apple-green variety of chalcedony: a gemstone
golden leek, a precious stone of the colour of leek’s juice, a greenish-golden colour (Rev. 21:20).