Citrine (disambiguation)

Citrine (disambiguation)

Citrine is a yellow variety of quartz; it may also refer to:

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  • Charlie Citrine, a character in the book Humboldt's Gift, by Saul Bellow
  • Citrine (Xenosaga), a character in the Xenosaga series of videogames

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