σαρδόνιον

(I)
τὸ, Α [σαρδών, -όνος]
σαρδών*.
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(II)
τὸ, Α
ημιπολύτιμος λίθος, το σάρδιο.
[ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. Μτγν. τ. τού σάρδιον].

Dictionary of Greek. 2013.

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