What is gem?

  • (noun): A sweet quick bread baked in a cup-shaped pan.
    Synonyms: muffin
    See also — Additional definitions below


Gem generally refers to a gemstone, a cut rock or mineral.

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Gem, Indiana - Geography
... Gem is located at 39°46′46″N 85°53′48″W / 39.77944°N 85.89667°W / 39.77944 -85.89667 ...
List Of Nine Network Slogans - GEM
... 2010-11 Welcome to GEM (endorsed by actress Lisa McCune) 2010-present GEM 2011 Your Time, Your Choice, Your GEM ...
Last Battalion - Gameplay
... You can also acquire secondary weapons by collecting a gem ... The gem changes colors, and depending on which color it is when you collect it, you will get a different weapon ... secondary weapon by collecting another gem of the same color ...
Langenprozelten (Gemünden Am Main)
... is an outlying centre (Stadtteil) of Gemünden am Main in the Main-Spessart district, in Bavaria, Germany ... Erlenbach bei Marktheidenfeld Esselbach Eußenheim Fellen Frammersbach Gemünden am Main Gössenheim Gräfendorf Hafenlohr Hasloch Himmelstadt Karbach Karlstadt am Main Karsbach ...
LM386 - Guitar Amplifier Usage
... for being able to fit in a cigarette package The "Little Gem" and "Little Gem MkII" are modified/cloned versions of the "Smokey Amp" ... The "Ruby" amp is a modified version of a Little Gem amplifier ...

More definitions of "gem":

  • (noun): A crystalline rock that can be cut and polished for jewelry.
    Example: "He had the gem set in a ring for his wife"
    Synonyms: gemstone, stone
  • (noun): A precious or semiprecious stone incorporated into a piece of jewelry.
    Synonyms: jewel, precious stone
  • (noun): A person who is a brilliant and precious as a piece of jewelry.
    Synonyms: jewel
  • (noun): Art highly prized for its beauty or perfection.
    Synonyms: treasure

Famous quotes containing the word gem:

    Love may be the fairest gem which Society has filched from Nature; but what is motherhood save Nature in her most gladsome mood? A smile has dried my tears.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)