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1. The toadstone, also known as bufonite (from Latin bufo, "toad"), is a mythical stone or gem that was thought to be found in the head of a toad.It was supposed to be an antidote to poison and in this it is like batrachite, supposedly formed in the heads of frogs.toadstones were actually the button-like fossilized teeth of Lepidotes, an extinct genus of ray-finned fish from the Jurassic and
2. Define toadstones. toadstones synonyms, toadstones pronunciation, toadstones translation, English dictionary definition of toadstones. n. A stone once worn as a charm and believed to have been formed in the body of a toad. n rare an amygdaloidal basalt occurring in the limestone regions of: 4. toadstones definition: Noun 1. plural form of
3. toadstones are mythical stones that were thought to be found inside the head of a toad. They were believed to sweat, change colour or even heat up in the presence of poison. It was thought that a toadstone placed on bites from snakes, insects, spiders and shrews would extract poison from the wound.
4. toadstones definition: Noun 1. plural form of toadstone
5. Define toadstones. toadstones synonyms, toadstones pronunciation, toadstones translation, English dictionary definition of toadstones. n. A stone once worn as a charm and believed to have been formed in the body of a toad. n rare an amygdaloidal basalt occurring in the limestone regions of
6. 15 synonyms and near synonyms of toadstones from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 5 antonyms and near antonyms. Find another word for toadstones.
7. Toadstone (countable and uncountable, plural toadstones) A small stone, once believed to be a jewel embedded in the head of a toad, worn as an amulet. A soft, earthy variety of trap-rock of a brownish-grey colour, looking like an argillaceous deposit.
8. The rare toadstone is another ward against evil spirits, magic, disease, and poisons. Worn mounted in rings or strung on thin metal chains, the toadstone increases resistance against disease or poison. The one thing stopping their widespread use is their limited availability; toadstones are quite rare. On good authority, the most reliable way to gain a toadstone is to place a toad on red cloth
9. toadstones [which were believed to come from the heads of living toads], are actually the fossilized teeth of Lepidotus, an extinct genus of ray-finned fish from the Jurassic period. Alternatively, some toadstone rings were agate stones. toadstones were considered to be an antidote for poison and were also used in the treatment of epilepsy.
10. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English [] Noun []. toadstones. plural of toadstone
11. 10 toadstones. Photo credit: Baldovio. Sweet are the uses of adversity, Which, like the toad, ugly and venomous, Wears yet a precious jewel in his head. –“As You Like It” by William Shakespeare. Strange, shiny, round stones can be found throughout the world. These little rocks have been used as gems, despite their rather drab brown color.
12. toadstones were actually the button-like fossilized teeth of Lepidotes, an extinct genus of ray-finned fish from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. They appeared to be “stones that are perfect in form” and were set by European jewellers into magical rings and amulets from Medieval times until the 18th century.
13. TOADSTONES: Go back in time to the Jurassic Period, 145 to 165 million years ago, when Lepidotes (ray-fin fish) swam in certain freshwater and shallow seas. The fossilized teeth of these fish are called toadstones. POWER OF BELIEF: During the 12th-17th century, humans unearthed fossil Lepidotes, extracted the teeth, and converted them into
14. The toadstone, also known as bufonite, is a mythical stone or gem that was thought to be found in the head of a toad.It was supposed to be an antidote to poison and in this it is not unlike Batrachite, supposedly formed in the heads of frogs.toadstones were actually the button-like fossilized teeth of Lepidotes, an extinct genus of ray-finned fish from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
15. toadstones were also said to be able to detect the presence of poison; a toadstone ring would give heat to the finger if poison was detected, or change colour to alert the wearer to the threat. 15th Century gold ring . set with a toadstone.

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