engraving on stone

Phrontistery dictionary. 2013.

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  • lithoglyph — lith o*glyph (l[i^]th [ o]*gl[i^]f), n. [Gr. liqoglyfi a; li qos stone + gly fein to engrave.] An engraving on a gem. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Lithoglyph — Lithoglyph, griech., Steinschneider; L.ik, die Steinschneidekunst, von Sennefelder 1799 erfunden; Lithographie, Steindruck, s.d.; lithographischer Stein, der dazu geeignete Kalkstein, namentlich der Solenhofer. Lithoidisch, steinähnlich;… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Lithoglyph — Резьба по камню; литоглифика …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • lithoglyph — lith·o·glyph …   English syllables

  • lithoglyph — ˈlithəˌglif noun Etymology: Greek lithoglyphia, from lith + glyphein to engrave, carve + ia y more at cleave (split) 1. : an engraving on stone 2. : an engraved stone …   Useful english dictionary

  • Charles Harrison McNutt — Born 11 December 1928(1928 12 11) Denver, Colorado, United States Nationality Am …   Wikipedia

  • Stones and Rocks — All the words in this list incorporate the element lith , from the Greek lithos stone . Unfortunately, if you ve come looking for a list of different types of stone (a list that would easily run into the thousands) you should really consult a… …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • lithoglyphite — (lɪˈθɒglɪfaɪt) [Formed as lithoglyph + ite.] A fossil which bears the appearance of having been artificially cut or engraved. 1828–32 in Webster (who cites Lunier.) …   Useful english dictionary

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