Common misspellings for gem:
dem, jermiah, teacm, tghem, geme, gek, gemes, get'em, gsm, germay, givemy, pem, gew, geema, gea, mem, ghj, germa, 460km, gthem, 200km, gothem, 800km, geame, gardem, wem, gterm, 104cm, gimli, tem, gavem, regim, cemi, gottem, gim, gormae, sem, gey, gme, jermy, rem, germn, godam, geman, 500km, aem, agem, egame, gen, agaim, gleem, memb, gomne, oem, gitmo, ganme, reigm, genom, geg, 000km, 120cm, gamee, iem, goomy, geo, ghome, regeme, kagame, gaame, 165cm, pgymy, thgem, hgome, pneumo, gream, kthem, goimg, gimour, gsme, gummi, tgime, gaimg, femm, tjem, gaem, greem, ger, pneum, getmy, kagome, thjem, ges, giev, ragiem, pigme, gamem, ge, regeim, 500gm, 5grm, eem, gasme, geko, ged, pygym, grem, gaveme, gaems, 4get, ciema, arkeam, glmi, higham, gormee, wnem, bem, givem, gemma, 20gm, kemal, gimme, regem, giveme, nema, jemma, tgeam, aemy, dgeg, jem, fem, ggame, gsame, hgame, gezz, gemni, gemms, gen4, germad, gget, gpm, godm, gynm, i'em, jermeiah, lem, mgea, neim, remb, vem, hem, yem, gdm, grm, g4m, g3m, fgem, gfem, vgem, gvem, bgem, gbem, hgem, ghem, ygem, gyem, tgem, gtem, gwem, gewm, gsem, gesm, gdem, gedm, germ, g4em, ge4m, g3em, ge3m, genm, gemn, gekm, gejm, gemj, ggem, gemm, gmm, ggm, gei, g em, ge m.
Definition of gem:
- To bud.
- To put forth in the form of buds.
- To adorn with gems or precious stones.
- To embellish or adorn, as with gems; as, a foliage gemmed with dewdrops.
- To adorn with, or as with, gems.
- To adorn with gems:- pr. p. gemming; pa. p. gemmed'.
- To adorn with gems.
- To adorn with precious stones; to embellish; to bespangle; to put forth the first buds.
- a crystalline rock that can be cut and polished for jewelry; " he had the gem set in a ring for his wife"; " she had jewels made of all the rarest stones"
- a precious or semiprecious stone incorporated into a piece of jewelry
- a sweet quick bread baked in a cup- shaped pan
- A bud.
- A precious stone of any kind, as the ruby, emerald, topaz, sapphire, beryl, spinel, etc., especially when cut and polished for ornament; a jewel.
- Anything of small size, or expressed within brief limits, which is regarded as a gem on account of its beauty or value, as a small picture, a verse of poetry, a witty or wise saying.
- A precious stone; leaf bud; any perfect or rare object; jewel.
- Leaf- bud: any precious stone, especially when cut: anything extremely valuable or attractive.
- A precious stone; anything rare and precious.
- A precious stone.
- A precious stone, especially when cut for ornament, as the diamond, ruby, & c.; anything like a gem for lustre, beauty, or value; a leaf- bud.
- A precious stone of any kind; in bot., a bud; anything exceedingly beautiful or attractive.