Definition of Gemming

1. Verb. (present participle of gem) ¹



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Definition of Gemming

1. gem [v] - See also: gem

Lexicographical Neighbors of Gemming

gemmations
gemmed
gemmen
gemmeous
gemmeries
gemmery
gemmier
gemmiest
gemmiferous
gemmification
gemmifications
gemmiflorate
gemmily
gemminess
gemminesses
gemming (current term)
gemmipares
gemmiparity
gemmiparous
gemmologies
gemmologist
gemmologists
gemmology
gemmotherapy
gemmulation
gemmule
gemmules
gemmuliferous
gemmy
gemological

Literary usage of Gemming

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Mining Law of the British Empire by Charles John Alford (1906)
"The gemming Ordinance, 1890.—The conditions of the mining laws of Ceylon closely resemble those of India both in principle and form. ..."

2. Mines and Minerals of the British Empire: Being a Description of the by Ralph S. G. Stokes (1908)
"3. Ratnapura, the 'City of Gems.'—4. Village speculators.—5. Typical alluvial pits.—6. River gemming.—7. Hill-side deposit.—8. Signs of exhaustion.—9. ..."

3. All about Gold, Gems, and Pearls (also Minerals Generally) in Ceylon and by A. M. Ferguson, John Ferguson (1888)
"These pits were afterwards sold, but close to the stre^.tel and adjoining the Assistant Agent's house there are still some gemming grounds which are ..."

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