one who was versed in the practice of alchemy and who sought an elixir of life and a panacea and an alkahest and the philosopher's stone
One who practices alchemy.
One who blends material or substances in the nature or supposed nature of alchemy.
Origin: From alquemiste (French alchimiste), from alchimista. See alchemy.
one who practices alchemy
Origin: [Cf. OF. alquemiste, F. alchimiste.]
Alchemist was an Australian progressive metal band from Canberra whose style combined death metal, progressive rock, psychedelic, Eastern, Aboriginal and electronic influences. The band formed in 1987 and released six studios albums, an EP and a compilation album. Work began on a new EP in 2010 but the band went on an indefinite hiatus and has since ended. They are the only group to appear at every Metal for the Brain festival, an event they ran and organised from 1996. Alchemist has also played at the Big Day Out and toured Europe several times.
The numerical value of alchemist in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of alchemist in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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That wretched alchemist called money can turn a man's heart into a stone!
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- alquimistaCatalan, Valencian
- Alchemist, AlchemistinGerman
- alĥemiistino, alkemiistino, alĥemiisto, alkemiisto, viralkemiisto, viralĥemiistoEsperanto
- ubagaicheScottish Gaelic
- रसायन बनानेवालाHindi
- 錬金術師, アルケミストJapanese
- 연금사, 연금술사Korean
- alchemist, alchimistDutch
- алкемичар, alkemičarSerbo-Croatian
- alchymista, alchymistkaSlovak
- alkimist, alkimistkaSlovene
- nhà giả kimVietnamese
- jilalkiman, lalkiman, lukiemel, hilalkimanVolapük
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