thunder egg

thunder egg
noun Date: 1941 chalcedony in rounded concretionary nodules

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Thunderegg — This article is about a type of rock; for the rock and roll band, see Thunderegg (band) A thunderegg (or thunder egg) is a nodule like geological structure, similar to a geode, that is formed within a rhyolitic lava flow.Appearance and… …   Wikipedia

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