glyptograph

glyp·to·graph

 (glĭp′tə-grăf′)
n.
An engraved inscription on a precious stone.

[Greek gluptos, carved; see glyptic + -graph.]
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glyptograph

1. an engraving on a gemstone or other small object.
2. the stone or object engraved.
See also: Engraving, Gems
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