Definition of Pyropus

1. a fiery-red gemstone [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pyropus

pyrophosphohydrolases
pyrophosphoric
pyrophosphoric acid
pyrophosphorolysis
pyrophosphorolytic
pyrophosphorylase
pyrophosphorylases
pyrophyllite
pyrophyllites
pyrophyte
pyrophytes
pyroptosis
pyroptosome
pyroptosomes
pyroptotic
pyropus (current term)
pyropuses
pyroracemic acid
pyros
pyroscope
pyroscopes
pyrosequence
pyrosequenced
pyrosequencer
pyrosequencers
pyrosequences
pyrosequencing
pyroses
pyrosis
pyrosises

Literary usage of Pyropus

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1. The University of Cambridge by James Bass Mullinger (1884)
"... of pyropus, the clothes-dealer, with whom the false ring had been pledged, aud who comes to complain of the imposition that had been practised on him. ..."

2. The History of Many Memorable Things Lost, which Were in Use Among the by Guido Panciroli (1715)
"Of the Shining pyropus. The fame may be faid alfo of ... by the S»n-Bea»is, it glitter'd and darted a Luttre like Fire, and therefore it was called pyropus, ..."

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