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amethyst a purple or violet gem of crystallized quartz, used in jewelry. [1/4 definitions]
baguette a gem cut in a long, rectangular shape. [2/3 definitions]
bezel in jewelry, the part to which gems are attached, or any facet of the cut gem above this part. [1/2 definitions]
boule2 a cylindrical or pear-shaped ball of alumina, fused and tinted to produce a synthetic gem. [1/3 definitions]
dinner ring a ring set with a gem or group of gemstones, worn by a woman on formal occasions.
foil2 a thin layer of shiny metal set under a gem to increase its brilliance. [1/7 definitions]
intaglio a gem or other piece of jewelry that is decorated with such a carving. [1/3 definitions]
jargon2 a yellow, green, colorless, or smoky type of the mineral zircon that is valued as a gem.
jewel a small hard bearing used in watches and other such devices and often made from a gem. [1/5 definitions]
lapis lazuli an opaque blue stone used as a semiprecious gem and in pigment. [1/2 definitions]
marquise a gem with a pointed oval shape, esp. a diamond, or a ring set with such a gem or gems. [1/3 definitions]
moonstone an opalescent variety of feldspar, used as a gem. [1/2 definitions]
pearl a smooth, hard, glossy deposit, valued as a gem, that is formed inside the shells of oysters and some other mollusks to cover an irritant object such as a grain of sand. [1/8 definitions]
precious stone any of several minerals, such as diamonds, rubies, sapphires, or emeralds, that are valued for their rarity and beauty, and are often used in jewelry; gem.
rhinestone an artificial gem made to resemble a diamond.
rock1 a diamond or other gem. [1/4 definitions]
setting the mounting for a gem, such as a ring. [1/5 definitions]
solitaire a single gem in a setting by itself. [1/2 definitions]
sparkler a gem that glitters, esp. a diamond. [1/3 definitions]
spinel any of a group of hard, crystalline mineral oxides containing magnesium and aluminum, the red variety of which is used as a gem.
stone a precious mineral; gem. [1/10 definitions]