|one who specializes in precious stones||gemmologist|
|one who specializes in precious stones||gemologist|
|(Ag) monovalent silver (Chemistry), precious metal having a shiny white color||argentum|
|(Medicine) one who specializes in laryngology (study of the larynx)||laryngologist|
|(Pathology) formation of stony secretions in the body (especially in the urinary passage and the bladder), existence of stones in body||lithiasis|
|50th, colored like gold, excellent, favored, having the color of gold; of gold; precious; full of potential, opportune, idyllic, made of gold||golden|
|a small round piece of food, lump of precious metal, small precious thing, small solid mass (usually of gold); compact unit (i.e. of information); (Slang) fool, idiot; amphetamine (Slang)||nugget|
|accepted value of currency, allocated standard score, average, average level, equal status or level; face value of a currency compared to a foreign currency as measured by its worth in precious metals (Finance)||par|
|accumulate and store something valuable, jewels and precious objects as wealth, put away for future use, hoard; cherish, prize, value greatly, regard somebody or something as valuable, somebody highly valued, stored up wealth, hoard of riches, cache; s...||treasure|
|accumulated glacial debris, heap of stones left by a glacier||moraine|
|act of rusticating; act of living in a rural area; temporary suspension from a university (British); roughly-cut bricks or stones used in a wall covering||rustication|
|act of throwing stones at a person or thing; death by stoning||lapidation|
|admirer or student of Shaw, by or like G. B. Shaw, one who specializes in studying the works of George Bernard Shaw, pertaining to George Bernard Shaw or his works||Shavian|
|adored, dear, precious, loved, loved one, lover, someone who is loved, loved person||beloved|
|adorn something with jewels, gem, gemstone, precious stone; ornament set with precious stones; valuable possession; highly esteemed person, personal ornament, decorate with jewels; adorn with jewelry, somebody or something prized, watch bearing||jewel|
|affect every part, answer riddle, make holes in something, puzzle, question or statement presenting a problem to be solved; enigma, mystery; sieve, screen used for sifting, puzzling thing, shake ashes from fire, sift soil or stones, interpret; swell up...||riddle|
|agate, agricultural school, agricultural student, one who is studying at a college or university which specializes in agriculture (Informal)||aggie|
|alter propeller blades, arrow attachment, attire, blunt end of arrow, connect boards with tongue-and-groove, cover something with feathers, cut hair to form layers, fit something with feathers, flaw in precious stone, fray, grow feathers, horizontal oa...||feather|
|American jazz band that specializes in Latin-style rhythms||Saudade|
|anchoring loop, carrying strap, cocktail, device consisting of a short strap and a string on either side that is used to propel stones and other small missiles; slingshot; strap of cloth used to support a broken limb; band, strap (used to lift or suppo...||sling|
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