Translation of lapis lazuli in Spanish:

lapis lazuli

lapislázuli, n.

Pronunciation /ˌlæpəs ˈlæz(j)əlaɪ//ˌlæpəs ˈlæz(j)əli//ˌlapɪs ˈlazjʊli//ˌlapɪs ˈlazjʊlʌɪ//ˌlæpəs ˈlæʒəlaɪ/


  • 1

    lapislázuli masculine
    • Precious stones like turquoise and lapis lazuli came from the West and silk from China via Central Asia.
    • A beautifully decorated lyre from Ur depicts similar figures in lapis lazuli and shell.
    • Of the seven Sar-e-Sang mines, only mine number four produces exceptional lapis and is thought to be the source of the magnificent lazurite, sodalite, and afghanite specimens available today.
    • Much Afghan jewelry features lapis lazuli, a navy blue semiprecious stone that's mined in the mountains.
    • Blue stones, such as lapis lazuli, and red stones are often added.
    • It was a beautiful golden ring, decorated with coral and lapis lazuli.
    • The calcite produces white streaks in the lapis and too much calcite will lower the value of the stone.
    • Some gemstones that cannot be placed in most commercial jewellery cleaners are: pearls, lapis lazuli, malachite, opals, coral, turquoise, and others.
    • Triangles, which represent hands, called khamsa, ward off the evil eye, as do blue stones such as turquoise or lapis lazuli; red stones will stop bleeding or reduce inflammation.
    • Agates were apparently highly valued by the ancient Egyptians for their lapidary use and were mounted into gold with other precious stones such as lapis and emeralds.
    • To the Buddhists, lapis lazuli brought peace of mind and equanimity and dispelled evil thoughts.
    • Garnet, jade and lapis lazuli are crystals formed from rock which has quite literally transformed its shape and appearance.
    • Afghanistan is the world's leading producer of the stone lapis lazuli, which is made into jewelry.
    • Do not let your precious lapis be broken into stone for the stoneworker.
    • For massive material such as turquoise or lapis lazuli, which is fashioned into cabochons and free-form shapes, the purity, durability, and color of the material contribute to its desirability.
    • Garnet, emerald, jade, and lapis lazuli are among the gemstones created by metamorphic processes.
    • Lazuli Port earned its name from its placement near the sea that, in color, much resembled the azure blue of the precious stone, often brought from overseas, called lapis lazuli.
    • The occurrences, particularly the Tultuy and Malaya Bystraya deposits, are in metasomatized dolonfitic marbles and have been worked for ornamental and architectural lapis sporadically since the mid-1870s.
    • The demons of the First Circle, the lowest class, only wear studs, though the wealthier of them can afford the more costly stones, like sapphires, emeralds, lapis, or diamonds respectively.
    • Maiden, in this book, is obsessed by stones, for example: opals, moonstones, lapis lazuli, pearls, diamonds and so on; in the later poems she is obsessed by roses.
  • 2

    azul ultramarino masculine
    azul (de) ultramar masculine
    • This bird, oh so sleek in its aerodynamic coat of black, white, and iridescent lapis lazuli, is one of the most beautiful species anywhere.
    • These works ranged from swirling, meditative patterns of onyx and white to startling hues of lapis lazuli.
    • The little girls wore strings of lapis lazuli, and the little boys blue Chinese Wellies.
    • Donaldson's first job was for a private client who wanted her bathroom completely decorated in lapis lazuli.