Definition of Jaspers

1. Noun. German psychiatrist (1883-1969).




Definition of Jaspers

1. Noun. (plural of jasper) ¹

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Definition of Jaspers

1. jasper [n] - See also: jasper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jaspers

jaspe
jasper
jasper ware
jasperated
jasperite
jasperites
jasperization
jasperizations
jasperize
jasperized
jasperizes
jasperizing
jasperoid
jasperoids
jasperous
jaspers (current term)
jasperware
jasperwares
jaspery
jaspes
jaspidean
jaspideous
jaspilite
jaspilites
jaspis
jaspises
jasplakinolide
jaspoid
jasponyx
jasps

Literary usage of Jaspers

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1. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1917)
"These rocks are locally known as "jaspers'" by miners and prospectors. ... The "jaspers" also form a backbone to the Koolyanobbing and Ennuin greenstone ..."

2. The Conquest of Canada by George Warburton (1849)
"... and jaspers have been found, and traces of coal have also been observed.2 1 Gray says, in 1809, that "no coal has ever yet heen found in Canada, ..."

3. Economic Geology; Or, Geology in Its Relations to the Arts and Manufactures by David Page (1874)
"The rock-crystals, agates, jaspers, and other silicious stones, though frequently employed in inlaid work and fashioned into minor ornaments, ..."

4. Economic Geology; Or, Geology in Its Relations to the Arts and Manufactures by David Page (1874)
"The rock-crystals, agates, jaspers, and other silicious stones, though frequently employed in inlaid work and fashioned into minor ornaments, ..."

5. Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical, from the Earliest Period at by Charles MacFarlane (1852)
"... jaspers, fine variegated marbles, and other precious or valuable stones are brought down from many of the mountains. Some of the agates are uncommonly ..."

6. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1907)
"The fact that remains of diatoms do not show in slides of the jaspers does not prove that they were not there originally. These jaspers are mostly amorphous ..."

7. The Iron-bearing Rocks of the Mesabi Range in Minnesota by Josiah Edward Spurr (1894)
"C. THE SILICEOUS SPOTTED-GRANULAR ROCKS, CONCLUDING WITH THE CHERTS AND jaspers. SECTION 37-B. Described on page 66. SECTION 93. ..."

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