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Diamond, Diamond-heart the diamond is a symbol signifying the imperishable attributes of the cosmic quinta essentia -- the fifth essence of medieval mystics. In northern Buddhism, the unmanifest Logos, being too spiritual to manifest in material realms directly, sends into the world of manifestation its heart, the diamond heart (vajrasattva, dorjesempa) which is the manifest Logos, from which emanate the third logos which collectively is the seven cosmic dhyani-buddhas. Manushya-buddhas, when their personality has become merged in atma-buddhi, are also called diamond-souled because of their spiritual approach to their cosmic prototype; otherwise they are mahatmas of the highest class.



(Heb. yahalom), a gem crystallized carbon, the most valued and brilliant of precious stones, remarkable for its hardness, the third precious stone in the second row on the breastplate of the high priest, (Exodus 28:18; 39:11) and mentioned by Ezekiel, (Ezekiel 28:13) among the precious stones of the king of Tyre. some suppose yahalom to be the "emerald." respecting shamir, which is translated "Diamond" in (Jeremiah 17:1) see under Adamant.   

(1.) A precious gem (Heb. yahalom', in allusion to its hardness), otherwise unknown, the sixth, i.e., the third in the second row, in the breastplate of the high priest, with the name of Naphtali engraven on it (Ex. 28:18; 39:11; R.V. marg., "sardonyx.") (2.) A precious stone (Heb. shamir', a sharp point) mentioned in Jer. 17:1. from its hardness it was used for cutting and perforating other minerals. It is rendered "adamant" (q.v.) in Ezek. 3:9, Zech. 7:12. It is the hardest and most valuable of precious stones.

diamonddi"a*mond (?; 277), n. [oe. diamaund, diamaunt, f. diamant, corrupted, fr. l. adamas, the hardest iron, steel, diamond, gr. &?;. perh. the corruption is due to the influence of gr. &?; transparent. see adamant, tame.] 1. a precious stone or gem excelling in brilliancy and beautiful play of prismatic colors, and remarkable for extreme hardness.note: the diamond is native carbon in isometric crystals, often octahedrons with rounded edges. it is usually colorless, but some are yellow, green, blue, and even black. it is the hardest substance known. the diamond as found in nature (called a rough diamond) is cut, for use in jewelry, into various forms with many reflecting faces, or facets, by which its brilliancy is much increased. see brilliant, rose. diamonds are said to be of the first water when very transparent, and of the second or third water as the transparency decreases. 2. a geometrical figure, consisting of four equal straight lines, and having two of the interior angles acute and two obtuse; a rhombus; a lozenge. 3. one of a suit of playing cards, stamped with the figure of a diamond. 4. (arch.) a pointed projection, like a four-sided pyramid, used for ornament in lines or groups. 5. (baseball) the infield; the square space, 90 feet on a side, having the bases at its angles. 6. (print.) the smallest kind of type in english printing, except that called brilliant, which is seldom seen.note: this line is printed in the type called diamond.   similar words(21) 

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The smallest kind of type in english printing, except that called brilliant, which is seldom seen.  

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The infield; the square space, 90 feet on a side, having the bases at its angles.  

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One of a suit of playing cards, stamped with the figure of a diamond.  

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A precious stone or gem excelling in brilliancy and beautiful play of prismatic colors, and remarkable for extreme hardness.  

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A pointed projection, like a four-sided pyramid, used for ornament in lines or groups.  

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A geometrical figure, consisting of four equal straight lines, and having two of the interior angles acute and two obtuse; a rhombus; a lozenge.  

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Resembling a diamond; made of, or abounding in, diamonds; as, a diamond chain; a diamond field.  

MeaningSomeone of basically good character but lacking social graces.OriginSometimes expressed just as 'rough diamond'. used in john Fletcher's 'A wife for a Month':She is very honest, and will be as hard to cut as a rough diamond.

OriginAdvertising slogan for De Beers' diamonds.

MeaningSomeone of basically good character but lacking social graces.OriginOriginally referred to a diamond in its uncut and unpolished state. used in john Fletcher's 'A wife for a Month':She is very honest,and will be as hard to cut as a rough diamond.

Noun1. a transparent piece of diamond that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem (hypernym) jewel, gem, precious stone (hyponym) ice, sparkler2. very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem (synonym) adamant (hypernym) carbon, C, atomic number 6 (hyponym) carbonado, black diamond3. a playing card in the minor suit of diamonds (hypernym) playing card (member-holonym) minor suit4. the area of a baseball field that is enclosed by 3 bases and home plate (synonym) baseball diamond, infield (hypernym) tract, piece of land, piece of ground, parcel of land, parcel (part-holonym) ball field, baseball field (part-meronym) base, bag (classification) baseball, baseball game, ball5. the baseball playing field (synonym) ball field, baseball field (hypernym) playing field, athletic field, playing area, field (part-holonym) ballpark, park (part-meronym) baseball diamond, infield

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(cricket) dismissal without having faced a ball, e.g. run out, knocking the bails off before facing a ball, etc.

person without refinement of manner but having an essentially good or likeable personality

one of five pedagogical languages based on markov algorithms, used in "Nonpareil, a machine level machine independent language for the study of Semantics", B. Higman, ULICS intl report No ICSI 170, U london (1968). (cf. Brilliant, Nonpareil, Pearl[3], Ruby[2]).

Diamond is an allotrope of carbon. It is the hardest known natural material and the third-hardest known material after aggregated diamond nanorods and ultrahard fullerite. its hardness and high dispersion of light make it useful for industrial applications and jewelry.

General Information: Chemical Formula:C Composition:(Molecular weight = 12.01 gm)Carbon 100.0 % C  Empirical Formula: C Environment:Gas rich, ultra-basic diatremes from mantle depths (>30 km)and alluvial placer deposits derived from the kimberlite rocks. kimberlite = olivine, garnet, pyroxene, and calcite. Locality:Kimberly, republic of south Africa. India. Brazil. ural Mountains, Russia. Murfreesboro, Arkansas, USA. Name Origin:From the Greek, adamas, meaning "invincible" or "hardest."Physical Properties: Cleavage:[111] Perfect, [111] Perfect, [111] Perfect Color:colorless, white, gray, black, or blue. Density:3.5 - 3.53, average = 3.51 Diaphaniety:Transparent to subtransparent to translucent Habits:Euhedral crystals - occurs as well-formed crystals showing good external form., granular - generally occurs as anhedral to subhedral crystals in matrix., Hardness:10 - Diamond Luminescence:Fluorescent. Luster:Adamantine Streak:colorlessMore details...

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A crystalline form of carbon , made of a network of covalent, tetrahedrally bound carbon atoms.

State: WEST VIRGINIACity: DIAMOND

State: OHIOCity: DIAMOND

State: MISSOURICity: DIAMOND

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the infield playing surface.

A special track work item that allows two railroad tracks to cross each other at grade.

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Diamonds, a form of crystalline carbon, are prized because they are exceptionally hard and durable, have high refractivity and brilliance, and because really fine diamonds are rare. today diamonds are valued based on the "4 C's" of color, cut, clarity and carat size. many diamond imitations have appeared over the years, with the most common today being the ubiquitous cubic zirconia which appears similar to a diamond to the uninitiated, but can be readily distinguished by a diamond tester which measures thermal inertia. trained individuals, despite claims of cubic zirconia manufacturers, also have little trouble distinguishing a genuine diamond when it is examined under at least 10 power magnification.

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Word analysis of diamond

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Vocalsdiamond
Consonantsdiamond
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SHA1f872caad177d67bbe18c119d0505f2d3caa02af3