treasure, hoarded wealth(noun)
accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc.
"the pirates hid their treasure on a small island in the West Indies"
art highly prized for its beauty or perfection
any possession that is highly valued by its owner
"the children returned from the seashore with their shells and other treasures"
a collection of precious things
"the trunk held all her meager treasures"
prize, value, treasure, appreciate(verb)
"I prize these old photographs"
care for, cherish, hold dear, treasure(verb)
be fond of; be attached to
A collection of valuable things.
Any single thing that one values greatly.
A term of endearment.
To consider to be precious.
Oh, this ring is beautiful! I'll treasure it forever.
To store or stow in a safe place.
Origin: From tresor, from thesaurus, from θησαυρός. But, maybe from Albanian Thesar, "thes" (sack) and "ar" (gold).
wealth accumulated; especially, a stock, or store of money in reserve
a great quantity of anything collected for future use; abundance; plenty
that which is very much valued
to collect and deposit, as money or other valuable things, for future use; to lay up; to hoard; usually with up; as, to treasure up gold
Treasure is a concentration of riches, often one which is considered lost or forgotten until being rediscovered. Some jurisdictions legally define what constitutes treasure, such as in the British Treasure Act 1996. The phrase "blood and treasure" or "lives and treasure" has been used to refer to the human and monetary costs associated with massive endeavours such as war that expend both.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
trezh′ūr, n. wealth stored up: riches: a great quantity collected: great abundance: anything much valued: (obs.) a treasure-house.—v.t. to board up: to collect for future use: to value greatly: to enrich.—ns. Treas′ure-chest, a box for keeping articles of value; Treas′ure-cit′y, a city for stores, magazines, &c.; Treas′ure-house, a house for holding treasures; Treas′urer, one who has the care of a treasure or treasury: one who has charge of collected funds; Treas′urership; Treas′ury, a place where treasure is deposited: a department of a government which has charge of the finances: one of a class of subterranean structures, now believed to be merely sepulchral; Treas′ury-bench, the first row of seats on the Speaker's right hand in the House of Commons, occupied by the members of the government. [Fr. trésor—L. thesaurus—Gr. thēsauros.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'treasure' in Nouns Frequency: #2384
The numerical value of treasure in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of treasure in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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- tresor, tesorCatalan, Valencian
- tesoro, atesorarSpanish
- ionmhasScottish Gaelic
- nagyra becsül, kincsHungarian
- tesoro, apprezzareItalian
- 宝, 宝物Japanese
- 보물, 보배Korean
- ohooho, taongaMāori
- сокровище, драгоценностьRussian
- vážiť si, pokladSlovak
- skatt, rikedomSwedish
- kho báuVietnamese
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