Hy`a*cin"thine (?), a. [L. hyacinthinus, Gr. .]

Belonging to the hyacinth; resemblingthe hyacinth; in color like the hyacinth.

Milton.

His curling locks like hyacinthine flowers. Cowper.

The hyacinthine boy, for whom Morn well might break and April bloom. Emerson.

 

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