Chalcedon

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From Latin Calchēdōn, from Ancient Greek Χαλκηδών (Khalkēdṓn).

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Chalcedon

  1. An ancient maritime town of Bithynia, in Asia Minor, almost directly opposite Byzantium.

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Chalcedon m (genitive Chalcedons, plural Chalcedone)

  1. (mineralogy) chalcedony

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Chalcedon n (genitive Chalcedons)

  1. Alternative spelling of Chalkedon