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ver·di·gris

(ver'di-grēs, -gris, -grē),
Cupric acetate (normal).
[O. Fr. verd, green, de, of, Gris, Greeks]

verdigris

(vĕr″dĭ-grĭs) [O.Fr. vert de Grece, green of Greece]
1. Mixture of basic copper acetates.
2. The green-gray deposit of copper carbonate on copper and bronze vessels.
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