Definition of Anaglyph

1. Noun. Moving or still pictures in contrasting colors that appear three-dimensional when superimposed.




2. Noun. Anything carved in low relief.
Specialized synonyms: Cameo
Generic synonyms: Glyptic Art, Glyptography
Derivative terms: Anaglyphical, Anaglyptic, Anaglyptical

Definition of Anaglyph

1. n. Any sculptured, chased, or embossed ornament worked in low relief, as a cameo.

Definition of Anaglyph

1. Noun. A decorative ornament worked in low relief or bas relief, such as a piece of cameo jewelry. ¹

2. Noun. The three-dimensional effect created by spectacles that have usually one red and one bluish-green lens and a stereoscopically modified film. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Anaglyph

1. a type of carved ornament [n -S]

Anaglyph Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anaglyph

anaesthetization
anaesthetizations
anaesthetize
anaesthetized
anaesthetizes
anaesthetizing
anagen
anagen effluvium
anageneses
anagenesis
anagenetic
anagestone acetate
anagetic
anagind
anaginds
anaglyph (current term)
anaglyphic
anaglyphical
anaglyphics
anaglyphs
anaglyphy
anaglypta
anaglyptas
anaglyptic
anaglyptical
anaglyptics
anaglyptograph
anaglyptographic
anaglyptography
anagnorises

Literary usage of Anaglyph

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1848)
"Neither Roland nor I knew one symbol-letter of the anaglyph. Talk, talk—talk—on persons we never heard of, things we never cared for. ..."

2. The Dictionary of Photography for the Amateur and Professional Photographer by Edward John Wall (1902)
"All metallic parts of the lamp should be made of fine silver, as the fluid so corrodes brass and other metals as to render them useless. anaglyph ..."

3. Transactions by Royal Irish academy (1855)
"Such being the relations of these Sti-lai, it only remains that I should direct the attention of my audience, in each anaglyph, to the innermost one, ..."

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