Also called precious moonstone. a semitransparent or translucent, opalescent, pearly-blue variety of adularia, used as a gem.
any of several adularescent feldspars, as certain varieties of albite, labradorite, or oligoclase, used as gems.
(not used technically) any milky or girasol used as a gem.
a gem variety of orthoclase or albite that is white and translucent with bluish reflections
[moon-wawk] /ˈmunˌwɔk/ noun 1. an exploratory by an astronaut on the surface of the . verb (used without object) 2. (of an astronaut) to on the surface of the . n. “a walking on the moon,” 1966, from moon (n.) + walk (n.).
[moon-werd] /ˈmun wərd/ adverb 1. Also, moonwards. toward the : turned their eyes moonward. adjective 2. directed toward the : the moonward flight of the rocket.
[moon-wurt, -wawrt] /ˈmunˌwɜrt, -ˌwɔrt/ noun 1. any fern of the genus Botrychium, especially B. lunaria, a rare fern having fronds with crescent-shaped leaflets. 2. (def 4). /ˈmuːnˌwɜːt/ noun 1. Also called (US) grape fern. any of various ferns of the genus Botrychium, esp B. lunaria, which has crescent-shaped leaflets 2. another name for honesty (sense […]
[moo-nee] /ˈmu ni/ adjective, moonier, mooniest. 1. dreamy, listless, or silly. 2. pertaining to or characteristic of the . 3. . /ˈmuːnɪ/ adjective moonier, mooniest 1. (informal) dreamy or listless 2. of or like the moon 3. (Brit, slang) crazy or foolish adj. 1580s, “like the moon;” 1848, “dreamy, listless,” from moon (n.) + -y […]