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Ag symbol of the chemical element silver.
argent in heraldry, the metal silver or its color. [2 definitions]
argentic of or containing silver, esp. divalent silver.
argentiferous containing or yielding silver.
argentine of or resembling silver.
argentous of or containing univalent silver.
baldachin a silk brocade fabric having gold and silver threads. [1/3 definitions]
bimetallic pertaining to the use of gold and silver as a monetary standard. [1/2 definitions]
bimetallism the use of two metals, usu. gold and silver, at fixed values in relation to each other, as the monetary standard of currency and value. [1/2 definitions]
bream1 any of several types of freshwater fish with a deep, flat body and silver color. [1/2 definitions]
bullion silver or gold considered simply as a quantity of metal rather than as currency or as a product such as jewelry. [2 definitions]
chromium a chemical element that has twenty-four protons in each nucleus and that occurs as a silver-gray, lustrous, corrosion-resistant solid metal, chiefly used in electroplating, alloys such as stainless steel, or compounds with other elements. (symbol: Cr)
cobalt a chemical element that has twenty-seven protons in each nucleus and occurs as a brittle silver-white solid metal, used in a variety of alloys to increase hardness. (symbol: Co)
coho a small ocean salmon, now often introduced into fresh water as a game fish; coho salmon; silver salmon.
crusado a silver or gold coin formerly minted in Portugal featuring the image of a cross.
Damascene to ornament (iron or steel) with wavy markings or inlays of gold or silver. [1/6 definitions]
denarius a silver coin of ancient Rome. [2 definitions]
dinar any of several silver or gold coins formerly in circulation in the Middle East, esp. in Islamic nations. [1/8 definitions]
drachma a silver coin minted in ancient Greece. [1/2 definitions]
ducat any of various gold or silver coins formerly minted in certain European countries.
duct tape a wide, strong adhesive tape, typically silver in color, originally designed for sealing heating and air-conditioning ducts but used for a wide variety of purposes.