Silver vs Kreutzer - What's the difference?

silver | kreutzer |


As a proper noun silver

is for a silversmith or a rich man, or for someone having silvery gray hair or living by a silvery brook.

As a noun kreutzer is

a medieval silver coin once used as currency in southern germany and austria.

silver

English

(wikipedia silver)

Noun

  • (uncountable) A lustrous, white, metallic element, atomic number 47, atomic weight 107.87, symbol Ag.
  • (collectively) Coins made from silver or any similar white metal.
  • (collectively) Cutlery and other eating utensils, whether silver or made from some other white metal.
  • (collectively) Any items made from silver or any other white metal.
  • (countable) A shiny gray color.
  • Synonyms

    * (metallic element) (l) * (white-metal coins) (l) * (cutlery and other eating utensils) silverware * (when used as a food colouring)

    Derived terms

    (derived terms) * silver alert * spp. ) * ) * ) * () * silver bell tree / silver-bell tree / (Halesia ) * silver berry / silverberry (Elaeagnus ) * silverbill (Lonchura spp. ) * silver birch (Betula pendula ) * silver book * * silver bromide * silver bullet * silver-bush / silverbush * silver ceiling * silver certificate * silver chloride * silver city * silver cord * silver doctor * silver dollar * silver-eared mesia * silver eye / silver-eye / silvereye * ) * silverfin ) * silverfish * silver fir * silver fizz * silver fluoride * silver foil * silver-fork deformity * silver-fork fracture * silver fox * silver frost * silver gilt * silver goose * silver grass * silver-green * silver gray / silver-gray / silvergray / silver grey / silver-grey * silver hake * silver halide * silver iodate * silver iodide * silver jenny * silver jubilee * silver lace / silver-lace * silver lace vine / silver-lace vine * silver leaf * silver-leafed / silver-leaved * silver-leaved nettle * silver-leaved nightshade * silver-leaved poplar * silver lime * silver linden * silver lining * silver maple * silver medal * silver medalist * silver mine * silver mound * silver nitrate * silver oak * silver paper * silver parachute * silver perch * silver pine * silver plate / silver-plate * silver point * silver poplar * silver protein * silver protein stain * silver quandong * silver quandong tree * silver sage * silver sagebrush * silver salmon * silver-scaled * silver screen * silver skin / silver-skin * silver solder * silver spring * silver spruce * silver standard * silver star * silver star medal * silver state * silver storm * silver thatch * silver thaw * silver-tip * silver tree * silver tree fern * silver trout * silver vine * silver wattle * silver willow * silver-worker

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Made from .
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  • Made from another white metal.
  • Having a color like silver: a shiny gray.
  • Denoting the twenty-fifth anniversary, especially of a wedding.
  • * 1994 , “Mate matching” in Accent on Living , v 38, n 4 (Spring), p 52:
  • Mostly, these have been relationships of 10 or less years. However, one respondent has celebrated her silver wedding anniversary.
  • (label) Premium, but inferior to gold.
  • Synonyms

    * (having a color like silver) silvery

    Derived terms

    * antimonial silver * bismuth-silver * bromic silver * capillary silver * colloidal silver * cat-silver * dark red silver ore * desilver * desilverise, desilverize * every cloud has a silver lining * flat silver * German silver * horn silver * iodic silver * light red silver ore * (Long John Silver) * molybdic silver * native silver * nickel silver, nickel-silver * red silver * ruby silver * sheep-silver * shell silver * silver age * silver alum * silverback * silver ball * silver balli * silver band * silver bar * silver bath * silver-beater * silver beech * silver beet * silver-beggar * silver bell, silver bell tree * silver-belly * silver bennet * silver berry, silverberry * silverbill * silver birch * silver-black * silver blond, silver blonde * Silverblu, Silver Blu, Silver Blue * silver bream * silver bromide * silver bronze * silver buckle * silver bullet * silver certificate * silver chain * silver char * silver chickweed * silver chloride * silver collection * silver-colored, silver-coloured * silver-copper nitrate * silver cord * the silver cord is loosed * silver doctor * silver dollar * silver dollar fish * silver-dun * silvered * silver eel * silverer * silverette * silver-eye, silvereye * silver-eyes * silver-feast * silver feather * silver fern * silver fir * silver fish, silver-fish, silverfish * silver-fizz * silver fluoride * silver foil * silver-footed * silver-fork * silver fox * silver frost * silver fulminate * silver garfish * silver gibbon * silver gilt, silver-gilt * silver glass * silver grain, silver-grain * silver grass, silver-grass * silver-gray, silver-grey * silver gull * silver-haired * silver hair-grass * silver hake * silver halide * silver handshake * silver-head * silver-headed * silver herb * silver-hilted * silverily * silveriness * silvering * silver iodide * silverise, silverize * silverish * silverism * silverist * silverite * silver iodide * silver jubilee * silver king * silver knapweed * silver lady * Silver Lady * silver lamprey * silver lavender * silver lead, silver-lead * silver-leaf * silver-leaved * silverless * silver-like * silver line, silver lines * silver lining * silver luster, silver lustre * silverly * silver maple * silver-marmoset * silver medal * silver medalist, silver medallist * silver mine * silver-mounted * silverness * silver nitrate * silver oak * silver oar * Silver Office * silver ore * silver oxide * silver paper * silver perch * silver pheasant * silver piece * silver pike * silver pine, silver pine tree * silver plate * silver-plate * silver-plated * silver plover * silver-point, silverpoint * silver-pointed * silver polish * silver poplar * silver-powder * silver print * silver-printing * silver rain * silver ring * silver rule * silver salmon * silver sand * silver-scaled * silver screen * silver service * silver-shafted * Silver Shirts * silver-side, silverside * silver-sides, silversides * silver-skin, silverskin * silversmith * silversmithing * silver solder * silver sole * silver spoon * silver-spoonism * silver-spot, silverspot * silver-sprig * silver standard * Silver Star, Silver Star medal * silver state * Silver State * silver steel * silver-stick * silver streak * silver string * silver sulfide, silver sulphide * silver surfer * silversword * silver table * silvertail, silver-tail * silver-tailed * silver tea * silver telluride * silver thaw * silver thistle * silver thread * silver-tip, silvertip * silver tongue * silver-tongued * silver top * silver-tree * silver trout * silver trumpet * silver trumpeter * silver-voiced * silverware * silver-washed fritillary * silver wattle * silver wedding * silverweed * silver weight * silver whiskers * silver-white * silver-white cobalt * silver willow * silver wire, silver-wire * silver-wood * silver-work * silver wreck * silvery * silver y, silver y moth * sterling silver * telluric silver * telluride of gold and silver * telluride of silver

    See also

    * argent * argentaffin * argental * argentan * argentane * argentate * argenteous * argentian * argentic * argentiferous * argentific * argentify * Argentina * Argentine * argentine * argentite * argento- * argentometer * argentous * argentry * argentum nitricum * argyria * electrum * (hydrargyrum) * litharge * piastre * plateresque * polybasite * proustite * pyrargyrite * (Rio de la Plata) * sylvanite *

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To acquire a silvery colour.
  • *(w) (1827-1905)
  • *:The eastern sky began to silver and shine.
  • *
  • *:But when the moon rose and the breeze awakened, and the sedges stirred, and the cat's-paws raced across the moonlit ponds, and the far surf off Wonder Head intoned the hymn of the four winds, the trinity, earth and sky and water, became one thunderous symphony—a harmony of sound and colour silvered to a monochrome by the moon.
  • To cover with silver, or with a silvery metal.
  • :
  • To polish like silver; to impart a brightness to, like that of silver.
  • *(Alexander Pope) (1688-1744)
  • *:And smiling calmness silvered o'er the deep.
  • To make hoary, or white, like silver.
  • *(John Gay) (1685-1732)
  • *:His head was silvered o'er with age.
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    Anagrams

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    kreutzer

    English

    Noun

    (en noun) (wikipedia kreutzer)
  • A medieval silver coin once used as currency in southern Germany and Austria.