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A hard mineral (beryllium aluminium silicate) that occurs in the form of green, blue, yellow or white crystals.
Middle English, from Old French, from Latin bryllus, from Greek brullos, from brullion, from Prakrit veruliya, from Pali veuriya; akin to perhaps akin to Tamil veiruor viar, to whiten, become pale.
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