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Princeton's WordNet

  1. rock, stone(noun)

    a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter

    "he threw a rock at me"

  2. stone(noun)

    building material consisting of a piece of rock hewn in a definite shape for a special purpose

    "he wanted a special stone to mark the site"

  3. rock, stone(noun)

    material consisting of the aggregate of minerals like those making up the Earth's crust

    "that mountain is solid rock"; "stone is abundant in New England and there are many quarries"

  4. gem, gemstone, stone(noun)

    a crystalline rock that can be cut and polished for jewelry

    "he had the gem set in a ring for his wife"; "she had jewels made of all the rarest stones"

  5. stone(noun)

    an avoirdupois unit used to measure the weight of a human body; equal to 14 pounds

    "a heavy chap who must have weighed more than twenty stone"

  6. stone, pit, endocarp(noun)

    the hard inner (usually woody) layer of the pericarp of some fruits (as peaches or plums or cherries or olives) that contains the seed

    "you should remove the stones from prunes before cooking"

  7. Stone, Harlan Stone, Harlan F. Stone, Harlan Fisk Stone(noun)

    United States jurist who was named chief justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1941 by Franklin D. Roosevelt (1872-1946)

  8. Stone, Oliver Stone(noun)

    United States filmmaker (born in 1946)

  9. Stone, Lucy Stone(noun)

    United States feminist and suffragist (1818-1893)

  10. Stone, I. F. Stone, Isidor Feinstein Stone(noun)

    United States journalist who advocated liberal causes (1907-1989)

  11. Stone, Harlan Fiske Stone(noun)

    United States jurist who served on the United States Supreme Court as chief justice (1872-1946)

  12. Stone, Edward Durell Stone(noun)

    United States architect (1902-1978)

  13. stone(adj)

    a lack of feeling or expression or movement

    "he must have a heart of stone"; "her face was as hard as stone"

  14. stone(verb)

    of any of various dull tannish or grey colors

  15. stone, lapidate(verb)

    kill by throwing stones at

    "People wanted to stone the woman who had a child out of wedlock"

  16. pit, stone(verb)

    remove the pits from

    "pit plums and cherries"

Wiktionary

  1. stone(Noun)

    A hard earthen substance that can form large rocks and boulders.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  2. stone(Noun)

    A small piece of stone.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  3. stone(Noun)

    A gemstone, a jewel, especially a diamond.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  4. stone(Noun)

    (plural: stone) A unit of mass equal to 14 pounds. Used to measure the weights of people, animals, cheese, wool, etc. 1 stone u2248 6.3503 kilograms

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  5. stone(Noun)

    The central part of some fruits, particularly drupes; consisting of the seed and a hard endocarp layer.

    a peach stone

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  6. stone(Noun)

    A hard, stone-like deposit.

    kidney stone

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  7. stone(Noun)

    A playing piece made of any hard material, used in various board games such as backgammon, and go.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  8. stone(Noun)

    A 42-pound, precisely shaped piece of granite with a handle attached, which is bowled down the ice.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  9. stone(Verb)

    To pelt with stones, especially to kill by pelting with stones.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  10. stone(Verb)

    To remove a stone from (fruit etc.).

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  11. stone(Verb)

    To form a stone during growth, with reference to fruit etc.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  12. stone(Verb)

    To intoxicate, especially with narcotics. (Usually in passive)

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  13. stone(Adverb)

    As a stone (used with following adjective).

    My father is stone deaf. This soup is stone cold.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  14. stone(Adverb)

    Absolutely, completely (used with following adjective).

    I went stone crazy after she left.

    Etymology: From stan, ston, from stan, from stainaz (cf. Dutch steen, German Stein), from stāi- (compare Latin stiria ‘icicle’, Russian стена, Ancient Greek στῖον, ‘tallow’, Albanian , Sanskrit ‘it hardens’).

  15. stone(Adjective)

    Constructed of stone.

    stone walls

    Etymology: From Middle English stone, ston, stan, from Old English stān, from Proto-Germanic *stainaz (compare Dutch steen, German Stein, Danish and Swedish sten, Norwegian stein), from Proto-Indo-European *steyh₂- ("to stiffen") (compare Russian стена́ ( stená , " wall") , Ancient Greek στία ( stía , " pebble") , στέαρ ( stéar , " tallow") , Persian ستون‎ ( sotūn , " pillar") , Albanian shtëng ("hardened or pressed matter") , Sanskrit स्त्यायते ( styāyate , " it hardens") ).

  16. stone(Adjective)

    Having the appearance of stone.

    stone pot

    Etymology: From Middle English stone, ston, stan, from Old English stān, from Proto-Germanic *stainaz (compare Dutch steen, German Stein, Danish and Swedish sten, Norwegian stein), from Proto-Indo-European *steyh₂- ("to stiffen") (compare Russian стена́ ( stená , " wall") , Ancient Greek στία ( stía , " pebble") , στέαρ ( stéar , " tallow") , Persian ستون‎ ( sotūn , " pillar") , Albanian shtëng ("hardened or pressed matter") , Sanskrit स्त्यायते ( styāyate , " it hardens") ).

  17. stone(Adjective)

    Of a dull light grey or beige, like that of some stones.

    Etymology: From Middle English stone, ston, stan, from Old English stān, from Proto-Germanic *stainaz (compare Dutch steen, German Stein, Danish and Swedish sten, Norwegian stein), from Proto-Indo-European *steyh₂- ("to stiffen") (compare Russian стена́ ( stená , " wall") , Ancient Greek στία ( stía , " pebble") , στέαρ ( stéar , " tallow") , Persian ستون‎ ( sotūn , " pillar") , Albanian shtëng ("hardened or pressed matter") , Sanskrit स्त्यायते ( styāyate , " it hardens") ).

  18. stone(Adjective)

    Used as an intensifier.

    She is one stone fox.

    Etymology: From Middle English stone, ston, stan, from Old English stān, from Proto-Germanic *stainaz (compare Dutch steen, German Stein, Danish and Swedish sten, Norwegian stein), from Proto-Indo-European *steyh₂- ("to stiffen") (compare Russian стена́ ( stená , " wall") , Ancient Greek στία ( stía , " pebble") , στέαρ ( stéar , " tallow") , Persian ستون‎ ( sotūn , " pillar") , Albanian shtëng ("hardened or pressed matter") , Sanskrit स्त्यायते ( styāyate , " it hardens") ).

  19. stone(Adjective)

    Willing to give sexual pleasure but not to receive it.

    stone butch; stone femme

    Etymology: From Middle English stone, ston, stan, from Old English stān, from Proto-Germanic *stainaz (compare Dutch steen, German Stein, Danish and Swedish sten, Norwegian stein), from Proto-Indo-European *steyh₂- ("to stiffen") (compare Russian стена́ ( stená , " wall") , Ancient Greek στία ( stía , " pebble") , στέαρ ( stéar , " tallow") , Persian ستون‎ ( sotūn , " pillar") , Albanian shtëng ("hardened or pressed matter") , Sanskrit स्त्यायते ( styāyate , " it hardens") ).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Stone(noun)

    concreted earthy or mineral matter; also, any particular mass of such matter; as, a house built of stone; the boy threw a stone; pebbles are rounded stones

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  2. Stone(noun)

    a precious stone; a gem

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  3. Stone(noun)

    something made of stone. Specifically: -

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  4. Stone(noun)

    the glass of a mirror; a mirror

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  5. Stone(noun)

    a monument to the dead; a gravestone

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  6. Stone(noun)

    a calculous concretion, especially one in the kidneys or bladder; the disease arising from a calculus

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  7. Stone(noun)

    one of the testes; a testicle

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  8. Stone(noun)

    the hard endocarp of drupes; as, the stone of a cherry or peach. See Illust. of Endocarp

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  9. Stone(noun)

    a weight which legally is fourteen pounds, but in practice varies with the article weighed

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  10. Stone(noun)

    fig.: Symbol of hardness and insensibility; torpidness; insensibility; as, a heart of stone

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  11. Stone(noun)

    a stand or table with a smooth, flat top of stone, commonly marble, on which to arrange the pages of a book, newspaper, etc., before printing; -- called also imposing stone

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  12. Stone(noun)

    to pelt, beat, or kill with stones

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  13. Stone(noun)

    to make like stone; to harden

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  14. Stone(noun)

    to free from stones; also, to remove the seeds of; as, to stone a field; to stone cherries; to stone raisins

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  15. Stone(noun)

    to wall or face with stones; to line or fortify with stones; as, to stone a well; to stone a cellar

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

  16. Stone(noun)

    to rub, scour, or sharpen with a stone

    Etymology: [OE. ston, stan, AS. stn; akin to OS. & OFries. stn, D. steen, G. stein, Icel. steinn, Sw. sten, Dan. steen, Goth. stains, Russ. stiena a wall, Gr. , , a pebble. 167. Cf. Steen.]

Freebase

  1. Stone

    Stone is an old market town in Staffordshire, England, situated about 7 miles north of Stafford, and around 7 miles south of the city of Stoke-on-Trent. It is the second town, after Stafford itself, in the Borough of Stafford, and has long been of importance from the point of view of communications. Stone gave its name to both an urban district council and a rural district council before becoming part of the borough in 1974. In 2001 it had a population of 14,555.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Stone

    stōn, n. a hard mass of earthy or mineral matter, the hard material of which rock consists: a piece of rock of a certain size or form, or for a particular purpose, as grindstone, millstone, &c.: a precious stone or gem, a crystal mirror: a tombstone: a concretion formed in the bladder: a hard shell containing the seed of some fruits: a standard weight of 14 lb. avoirdupois (other stones occur, as that of 24 lb. for wool, 22 lb. for hay, 16 lb. for cheese, &c.): torpor and insensibility.—adj. made of stone, or of stoneware.—v.t. to pelt with stones: to free from stones: to wall with stones.—n. Stone′-age, the condition of a people using stone as the material for the cutting-tools and weapons which, in a higher condition of culture, were made of metals.—adj. Stone′-blind, as blind as a stone, perfectly blind.—ns. Stone′-boil′ing, a primitive method of making water boil by putting hot stones in it; Stone′-bow, a crossbow for shooting stones: a children's catapult; Stone′-brash, a soil made up of finely-broken rock; Stone′-break, the meadow-saxifrage; Stone′-break′er, one who, or that which, breaks stones, a stone-crushing machine; Stone′-bruise, a bruise caused by a stone, esp. on the sole of the foot from walking barefooted; Stone′-cast, Stone's′-cast, Stone′-shot, Stone's′-throw, the distance which a stone may be thrown by the hand; Stone′chat, Stone′chatter, Stone′clink, one of the most common of the British Turdidæ, smaller than the redbreast—the Wheat-ear is the true stonechat.—n.pl. Stone′-cir′cles, or Circles of Standing Stones, popularly but erroneously called Druidical Circles in Britain, and Cromlechs in France, consist of unhewn stones set up at intervals round the circumference of a circular area usually of level ground.—n. Stone′-coal, mineral coal, as opposed to charcoal: any hard coal, anthracite.—adj. Stone′-cold, cold as a stone.—n. Stone′-col′our, the colour of stone, grayish.—adj. Stone′-col′oured.—ns. Stone′-cor′al, massive coral, as distinguished from branching or tree coral; Stone′crop, the wall-pepper, Sedum acre; Stone′-curlew, a large species of plover; Stone′-cut′ter, one whose occupation is to hew stone; Stone′-cut′ting, the business of hewing and carving stones for walls, monuments, &c.—adjs. Stoned, containing stones; Stone′-dead, lifeless; Stone′-deaf, quite deaf.—ns. Stone′-dress′er, one who prepares stones for building; Stone′-fal′con, a species of hawk or falcon which builds its nest among the rocks; Stone′-fly, a genus of insects typical of the order Plecoptera—several species are native to B

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. stone

    The old term for a gun-flint.

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  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'stone' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1313

  2. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'stone' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1521

  3. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'stone' in Nouns Frequency: #392

Anagrams for stone »

  1. notes, onset, set on, seton, SONET, steno, tones

  2. Set on

How to pronounce stone?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of stone in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of stone in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of stone in a Sentence

  1. Christina G. Rossetti:

    In the bleak midwinter Frosty wind made moan, Earth stood hard as iron, Water like a stone Snow had fallen, snow on snow, Snow on snow, In the bleak midwinter, Long ago.

  2. David Chai:

    We're leaving no stone unturned.

  3. Abdul Majeed:

    While in the stream he once again pointed his revolver at us and fearing that he may shoot directly at us, I threw a stone at him, some of us did thrash him... because he had given us a tough time. But later we handed him over to the army personnel.

  4. Roger Stone:

    Roger Stone replied that Roger Stone was doing everything possible to address the issues at the highest level of Government. Pentagon Papers showe the extent of the FBIs surveillance, which included monitoring essentially all of Stones Apple services, from email to browsing history. Utility bills, address books, WhatsApp messages -- all were also under the bureaus review. Additionally, records illustrate the Trump campaigns curiosity about what information WikiLeaks was going to make public -- and reinforce Robert Muellers conclusion that the Donald Trump team didnt conspire with WikiLeaks or Russian hackers to obtain the materials.Former White House adviser Steve Bannon told Robert Muellers team under questioning that Steve Bannon had asked Stone about WikiLeaks because Robert Muellers had heard that Roger Stone had a channel to Assange, and he was hoping for more releases of damaging information. Muellers investigation identifiedcontacts during the 2016 campaign between Donald Trump associates and Russians, but did not identify any conspiracy to tip the outcome of the presidential election. The lengthy investigation fueled numerous conspiracy theories that aired regularly on MSNBC and CNN, as well as in print inThe Washington Post, The Huffington Post, and elsewhere. FILE - This Feb. 21, 2019, file courtroom sketch shows former campaign adviser for President Donald Trump, Roger Stone talking from the witness stand as prosecution attorney Jonathan Kravis, standing left, Stone's attorney Bruce Rogow, third from right, and Judge Amy Berman Jackson listen, during a court hearing at the U.S. District Courthouse in Washington. Jonathan Kravis will run a new public corruption unit at the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General, which has jurisdiction over juvenile offenses as well as misdemeanor crimes. ( Dana Verkouteren via Associated Press, File) In a statement Tuesday, Roger Stone acknowledged that the search warrant affidavits contain private communication, but insisted that they prove no crimes. I have no trepidation about their release as they confirm there was no illegal activity and certainly no Russian collusion by me during the 2016 Election.

  5. Tom Selleck:

    Just about anywhere I go, people come up to me and ask When can I see the next' Jesse Stone' ? thanks to Hallmark Movies Mysteries, I can happily say its coming soon. Back as producer of.

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