any of various altered basaltic rocks having a dark-green color caused by the presence of chlorite, epidote, etc.
any basic igneous rock that is dark green because of the presence of chlorite, actinolite, or epidote
a variety of jade used in New Zealand for ornaments and tools
Any of various green metamorphic rocks formed from igneous rocks that have a relatively low silica content and owe their color to the presence of a green mineral such as chlorite, hornblende, or epidote.
[gree-mee-uh l] /ˈgri mi əl/ noun, Ecclesiastical. 1. a cloth placed on the lap of the bishop, as during the celebration of Mass or when he confers orders. /ˈɡriːmɪəl/ noun 1. (RC Church) a cloth spread upon the lap of a bishop when seated during Mass
[grem-lin] /ˈgrɛm lɪn/ noun 1. a mischievous invisible being, said by airplane pilots in World War II to cause engine trouble and mechanical difficulties. 2. any cause of trouble, difficulties, etc., especially in a mechanical, electrical, or other system: A loose wire was the gremlin that blew out the lights. /ˈɡrɛmlɪn/ noun 1. an imaginary […]
[grem-ee] /ˈgrɛm i/ noun, Slang. 1. a novice surfer or one with poor form.
[grem-ee] /ˈgrɛm i/ noun, plural gremmies. 1. .