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blood·stone / ˈblədˌstōn/ • n. a type of green chalcedony spotted or streaked with red, used as a gemstone.

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bloodstone

bloodstone or heliotrope, green chalcedony spotted with red, used as a gem stone. It is found in India, the United States, Brazil, and Australia.

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