• A gem, usually made of minerals.


  • From Middle English gimstone, alteration (due to Middle English gemme) of earlier ȝimston, ȝimstan, from Old English ġimstān, ġymstān ("gem; jewel; precious stone"), equivalent to gem + stone. Compare Icelandic gimsteinn ("jewel; gem").

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