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sepulchral {adj} [e.g. inscription, monument, mound, stele, stone]
211
Grab- [Grabes-] [z. B. Inschrift, Denkmal, Hügel, Stele, Stein]
insensate {adj} [matter, stone]
187
leblos
carved {adj} {past-p} [in stone]
121
gemeißelt
stone {adv} [absolutely: e.g. stone cold, stone dead]
9
völlig
archaeo. tools lithic {adj} [of, relating to, or being a stone tool]
6
Stein-
inscribed {adj} {past-p} [grave stone etc.]beschrieben [Grabstein etc.]
Verbs
to roll sth. [heavy stone etc.]
558
etw. wälzen [schweren Stein usw.]
art to cut sth. [in stone]
381
etw. hauen [in Stein]
gastr. to pit [stone-fruit]
151
entkernen [Steinobst]
to lapidate [obs.] [stone to death]
124
steinigen
to carve sth. [in stone]
32
etw. hauen [meißeln]
archi. art to dress sth. [stone]
29
etw.Akk. behauen [Stein]
gastr. to stone [stone-fruit]
25
entkernen [Steinobst]
to break sth. [a window; e.g. a bullet, a flying stone]
22
etw.Akk. durchschlagen [ein Fenster]
to inscribe [on stone, rock]
18
einmeißeln
to engrave sth. [in stone]
16
etw.Akk. einmeißeln
ind. mining to cut sth. [slate, stone, marble, etc.]
13
etw. brechen [Schiefer, Stein, Marmor etc.]
ind. to dress [stone]
13
schleifen
to set sth. [a precious stone]
9
etw. fassen [einen Edelstein]
to boast [stone]grob behauen [Stein]
to boast [stone]aus grobem Stein hauen
Nouns
jewel [precious stone, piece of jewellery] [also fig.]
302
Juwel {n} {m} [Edelstein, Schmuckstück] [auch fig.]
bot. pit [stone of a fruit] [esp. Am.]
301
Stein {m} [bei Steinobst]
bot. for. T
263
Pinie {f}
tablet [flat slab of stone, clay, or wood]
98
Tafel {f} [aus Stein, Ton oder Holz]
bot. pit [stone of a fruit] [esp. Am.]
85
Kern {m} [bei Steinobst]
ledger [slab of stone on a grave]
53
Grabplatte {f}
jewel [precious stone]
36
Edelstein {m} [Juwel]
med. passing [kidney stone]
17
Abgang {m} [Nierenstein]
FoodInd. gastr. pitter [contrivance for removing the pits from stone fruit]
17
Entkerner {m} [um Früchte zu entkernen]
constr. sett [paving stone]
17
Pflasterstein {m}
constr. ashlar [square hewn stone]
9
Bruchstein {m}
archaeo. art hist. balbal [anthropomorphic stone sculpture, Eurasia]
6
Balbal {m} [anthropomorphe Steinskulptur, Eurasien]
gastr. [brandy made from stone pine cones]Zirbengeist {m} [österr.] [Schnaps]
ashlar [square hewn stone]Steinblock {m}
ashlar [squared stone]Werkstein {m}
archaeo. cleit [Scot.] [stone storage hut on islands of the St. Kilda archipelago]Cleit {m} [Steinbau als Speicher auf den Inseln des St.-Kilda-Archipels]
hist. tools handstone [upper stone of a hand quern]Läufer {m} [Reibekugel]
handstone [upper stone of a hand quern]Reibekugel {f} [bewegter oberer Mahlstein]
kit [quantity of fish equalling 10 stone or 63.6 kg][Fanganteil entsprechend 63,6 kg Fisch]
archi. hist. latticework [also: transenna] [latticed screen, made of stone or wood]Transenna {f} [durchbrochene Stein-, Holz- oder Marmorplatte., bes. in Fenstern]
constr. jobs mason [builder in stone]Rauhmaurer {m} [veraltet] [Natursteinmaurer]
constr. jobs mason [builder in stone]Steinmaurer {m} [bes. österr., schweiz.] [auch: Natursteinmaurer]
archaeo. tools microburin [stone tool production]Kerbrest {m} [Steingeräteherstellung]
travel milestone [also: mile-stone]Meilensäule {f}
med. nidus [starting point for calculus, e.g., kidney stone]Kristallisationskeim {m}
archaeo. nuraghe [large tower-shaped stone structure found in Sardinia]Nuraghe {f}
archaeo. retouch [on stone tools]Retusche {f} [an Steingeräten]
mineral. rough [uncut precious stone]Rohedelstein {m}
seat [stone setting]Steinauflage {f} [Edelsteinfassung]
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