The Correct spelling is: diamond
Common misspellings of the word diamond are:
How do you spell diamond?. It is not dimond
- An extremely hard, highly refractive crystalline form of carbon that is usually colorless and is used as a gemstone and in abrasives, cutting tools, and other applications.
- A piece of jewelry containing such a gemstone.
- A figure with four equal sides forming two inner obtuse angles and two inner acute angles; a rhombus or lozenge.
- A red, lozenge-shaped figure on certain playing cards.
- A playing card with this figure.
- diamonds (used with a sing. or pl. verb) The suit of cards represented by this figure.
- An infield.
- The whole playing field.
Of or relating to a 60th or 75th anniversary. tr.v., -mondÂ·ed, -mondÂ·ing, -monds.
To adorn with or as if with diamonds.idiom:
diamond in the rough
- One having exceptionally good qualities or the potential for greatness but lacking polish and refinement.
[Middle English diamaunt, from Old French diamant, from Medieval Latin diamÄs-, diamant-, alteration of Latin adamÄs. See adamant.]