Gem [jem] (noun)
- A cut and polished precious stone or pearl fine enough for use in jewelry.
- Something likened to or prized as such a stone because of its beauty or worth: His painting was the gem of the collection.
- A person held in great esteem or affection.
- British Printing. A 4-Point type of a size between brilliant and diamond.
(verb) (used with object) gemmed, gem-ming
- To adorn with or as with gems; begem.
- Jewelry. Noting perfection or very high quality: Gem color; a gem ruby.
Treasure [trezh-er] (noun)
- Wealth or riches stored or accumulated, especially in the form of precious metals, money, jewels, or plate.
- Wealth, rich materials, or valuable things.
- Anything or person greatly valued or highly prized: This book was his chief treasure.
verb (used with object) treas-ured, treas-ur-ing
- To retain carefully or keep in store, as in the mind.
- To regard or treat as precious; cherish.
- To put away for security or future use, as money.
Homogeneous [hoh-muh-jee-nee-uhs] (adjective)
- Composed of parts or elements that are all of the same kind; not heterogeneous: homogeneous population.
- Of the same kind or nature; essentially alike.
- Of uniform structure or composition throughout.
Jazzy [jaz-ee] (adjective)
- having the characteristics of jazz
- marked by unrestraint, animation, or flashiness
- active, lively and bright
- fancy or flashy