What is the word 'gem' when translated from English to Japanese?
In Latin, the English word "City" would be "Urbs," which could possibly be where we get our modern day English word "Urban" from. The Latin word for the English word "Jewel" would probably be "Gemma," from which we get the English word "Gem." So it might be something like "Urbs de Gemmae." I'm not 100% positive on this, but it's a start! ~Boogie~
The noun 'gem' is a singular, common noun; a word for a thing. The noun 'gem' is a concrete noun as a word for a precious or semi-precious stone; a word for a jewel; a word for an outstanding person; a word for a physical object or person. The noun 'gem' is an abstract noun as a word for something valued for its beauty or perfection; a word for a concept.
Due to a bit of an oversight when Rainbow Neos was translated into English, you cannot use a Fusion Substitute in the place of Rainbow Dragon or Rainbow Dark Dragon, nor can Elemental Hero Prisma take the place of one either. The reason is, the Japanese version says it is made from "Elemental Hero Neos" and an 'Ultimate Gem Lord monster'. This wording is actually non-specific, it is not naming anything specifically, just looks for…
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If the natural gem is an aquamarine, its formation is different from the way diamonds are formed. You can read about the formation of aquamarine, below. If the gem is a blue diamond and the word aquamarine is used to describe its colour, you can learn more about how it is formed, below. If the gem is a man-made gem, then it is grown in a laboratory.