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Definitions of geode in various dictionaries:
noun - (mineralogy) a hollow rock or nodule with the cavity usually lined with crystals
A hollow, usually spheroidal rock with crystals lining the inside wall.
noun - a type of rock
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|It may be lined with quartz|
|Hollow, crystal-containing rock|
|Keeper for a rock collector|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|A hollow stone nodule lined by mineral crystals growing inward|
|It's the earthy term for crystal lime nodules like the one seen here|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A hollow, usually spheroidal rock with crystals lining the inside wall.|
|a small cavity in rock lined with crystals or other mineral matter.|
|(mineralogy) a hollow rock or nodule with the cavity usually lined with crystals|
|A small cavity in rock lined with crystals or other mineral matter.|
|Geode might refer to|
Geodes (Greek - ge-ds, "earthlike") are geological secondary structures which occur in certain sedimentary and volcanic rocks. They are themselves of sedimentary origin and are formed by chemical precipitation. Geodes are hollow, vaguely spheroid to oblate masses of mineral matter (which may include crystals) that form either by the filling of vesicles in volcanic to sub-volcanic rocks by minerals deposited from hydrothermal fluids or by the dissolution of igneous nodules or syngenetic concretions and partial filling by the same or other minerals precipitated from diagenetic water, groundwater or hydrothermal fluids.|
* Geodes differ from vugs in that the former were formed as early, rounded, structures within the surrounding rock and are often removed intact. Geodes also differ from nodules in that a nodule is a mass of mineral matter that has accreted around the nodule nucleus. Both structures had the minerals contained within, deposited from groundwater or hydrothermal processes. Geod