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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a synthetic yttrium aluminum garnet, used for infrared lasers and as a gemstone.
Category: Mineralogy, Jewelry
Origin of YAG:
Yagō, literally meaning "house name", is a term applied in traditional Japanese culture to names passed down within a guild, studio, or other circumstance other than blood relations. The term is synonymous with iena and kadona. The term most often refers to the guild names of kabuki actors, but is also applicable to the names artists take from their masters or studios, names taken from one's business, and a few other similar circumstances. The ya of yagō, also often seen at the end of a yagō name, means "house", "roof", or "shop", and helps to illuminate the origins and meanings of the term.
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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
an oily substance made by the bodies of animals and by some plants
This meat has got a lot of fat on it.
- دُهْن، دَسَمArabic
- gorduraPortuguese (BR)
- das FettGerman
- mast, uljeCroatian
- tauki; speķisLatvian
- 脂肪Chinese (Trad.)
- حیوانی چربی اور کچھ نباتات سے بنایا جانے والا تیلUrdu
- mỡ; chất béoVietnamese
- 脂肪Chinese (Simp.)
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