Jewel

  • 1 Jewel — Datos generales Nacimiento 23 de mayo de 1974 (37 años) en Payson, Utah …

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  • 2 Jewel — may mean: *Gemstone or jewellery *Common name for damselflies of the family Chlorocyphidae *Jewel case, a CD or DVD holder *Jewel bearing, used in sensitive measuring equipment *Jewel (supermarket), a grocery store chain *Jewel Food Stores… …

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  • 3 Jewel — (engl.: Juwel) steht für: Norwegian Jewel, ein Kreuzfahrtschiff Jewel (dt.: Das Gewicht der Liebe), Roman von Bret Lott Jewel (Automarke), ein britisches Cyclecar Jewel Motor Car Company, ein US amerikanischer Automobilhersteller Jewel ist der… …

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  • 4 Jewel — Nom Jewel Kilcher Naissance 23 mai 1974 Payson, Utah, États Unis Activité principale …

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  • 5 Jewel — Jew el (j[=u] [e^]l or j[udd] [e^]l), n. [OE. juel, jowel, OF. jouel, juel, joiel, F. joyau, dim. of OF. joie joy, jewel, F. joie joy. See {Joy}.] [1913 Webster] 1. An ornament of dress usually made of a precious metal, and having enamel or… …

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  • 6 jewel — (n.) late 13c., article of value used for adornment, from Anglo Fr. juel, O.Fr. jouel ornament, jewel (12c.), perhaps from M.L. jocale, from L. jocus pastime, sport, in V.L. that which causes joy (see JOKE (Cf. joke)). Another theory traces it to …

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  • 7 jewel — ► NOUN 1) a precious stone, especially a single crystal or a cut and polished piece of a lustrous or translucent mineral. 2) (jewels) pieces of jewellery. 3) a hard precious stone used as a bearing in a watch, compass, etc. 4) a highly valued… …

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  • 8 Jewel Up — (aussi connu sous Jewel Up Records) est un label de musique Makina regroupant aussi Hardstyle et Hardcore fondé en 2008. Références (en) Discographie sur Discogs …

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  • 9 jewel — [n1] precious stone baguette, bauble, bead, bijou, birthstone, brilliant, gem, gemstone, glass, gullion, hardware*, ornament, rock*, sparkler*, stone, trinket; concepts 446,474,478 jewel [n2] something, someone precious charm, find, gem, genius,… …

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  • 10 Jewel — Jew el, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Jeweled}, or {Jewelled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Jeweling}, or {Jewelling}.] To dress, adorn, deck, or supply with jewels, as a dress, a sword hilt, or a watch; to bespangle, as with jewels; to bejewel. [1913 Webster] The… …

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  • 11 Jewel — (spr. Dschjuil), John, geb. 1522 zu Buden in Devonshire, wurde Reader in Humanity and Rhetoric u. 1544 Master of Arts u. war seit 1549, als Peter Martyr in Oxford auftrat, dessen eifrigster Zuhörer u. Mitkämpfer gegen die Katholiken. Als 1553 die …

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  • 12 Jewel — f English: modern coinage from the vocabulary word meaning ‘gemstone’ (from Old French jouel, apparently a diminutive form of jou plaything, delight, Latin iocus). Use as a given name may derive from its use as a term of affection, or may have… …

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  • 13 jewel — has inflected forms jewelled, jewelling, and the derivative form jeweller. In AmE the usual forms are jeweled, jeweling, and jeweler …

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  • 14 jewel — [jo͞o′əl] n. [ME < OFr joel < jeu, a game, trifle < L jocus, a trifle, JOKE] 1. a valuable ring, pin, necklace, etc., esp. one set with a gem or gems 2. a precious stone; gem 3. any person or thing that is very precious or valuable 4. a… …

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  • 15 jewel — [[t]ʤu͟ːəl[/t]] jewels 1) N COUNT A jewel is a precious stone used to decorate valuable things that you wear, such as rings or necklaces. → See also crown jewels ...a golden box containing precious jewels. 2) N COUNT: oft N of n If you describe… …

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  • 16 jewel — jew|el [ˈdʒu:əl] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: juel, from jeu game, play ] 1.) a valuable stone, such as a diamond = ↑gem 2.) jewels [plural] jewellery or other objects made with valuable stones and used for decoration ▪ She loved… …

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  • 17 jewel */ — UK [ˈdʒuːəl] / US [ˈdʒuəl] noun [countable] Word forms jewel : singular jewel plural jewels 1) a) a hard, coloured, and usually valuable stone that has been cut and made shiny precious jewels b) a decoration that is made with jewels Thieves stole …

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  • 18 jewel — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ precious, priceless, prized ▪ bright, shining, sparkling VERB + JEWEL ▪ wear …

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  • 19 Jewel — noun a) from the noun jewel, used since the end of the 19th century. b) a variant of Jewell, or from jewel like the female name …

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  • 20 jewel — n. 1) to mount a jewel 2) crown; precious; priceless jewels * * * [ dʒuːəl] precious priceless jewels crown to mount a jewel …

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