Meaning of aqua aura in English:

aqua aura

noun

mass noun
  • Quartz or other mineral to which a thin film of gold has been applied, giving it a blue iridescent colour.

    ‘Types will vary from time to time and may include quartz crystal, amethyst, rose quartz, aqua aura, and others.’
    • ‘Aqua aura is quartz that has been specially treated with pure 24k gold which turns the clear quartz crystal this stunning blue iridescent color.’
    • ‘I also want some aqua aura as I'm drawn to it every time I see it, and some opal aura, I've only seen it once but I really liked it.’
    • ‘I'd love to buy him some aqua aura but the bank balance won't go that far!’
    • ‘From memory I was using a 1kg bag of gem grade rose quartz, a dakini stone, a lump of smoky quartz, a shiva lingham, some aqua-aura, 9 lumps of black tourmaline (in a wheel!) and about 20 other bits and bobs on the shelf (including some fair sized chunks of clear quartz) that were obviously contributing to the affair.’

Origin

1990s from Latin aqua ‘water’ + aura, representing Latin aurum ‘gold’.