Definition of geode
1 : a nodule of stone having a cavity lined with crystals or mineral matter
2 : the cavity in a geode
Origin of geode
Latin geodes, a gem, from Greek geōdēs earthlike, from gē earth
First Known Use: circa 1732
Rhymes with geode
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GEODE Defined for Kids
Definition of geode for Students
: a stone with a hollow space inside lined with crystals or mineral matter
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