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Gem generally refers to a gemstone, a cut rock or mineral.
Gem may also refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- 'The Gem', an early 20th-century British story paper
- Gem, a fictional female character in Tron: Legacy
- "Gem", the twelfth episode of The Inside; see List of The Inside episodes
- G.E.M., a pop singer from Hong Kong
- Gem (band), an indie rock group from the Netherlands
- "The Gem", a song by Priestess from the album Prior to the Fire
- GEM (girl group), a Japanese idol pop group formed by Avex Trax.
- Gem, a package format of the RubyGems package manager for the Ruby programming language library
- Gem, a codename (intended for use internally) for the PlayStation Move controller
- GEM, Graphical Environment Manager, an operating system
- gem, Graphics Execution Manager, a memory management program for graphics chipsets
- GEM, Generic Model for Communications and Control Of Manufacturing Equipment, a communication protocol used in the semiconductor industry, also referred to as SECS/GEM
- Gem, California, a former settlement in the United States
- Gem, Indiana, a small town in the United States
- Gem, Kansas, a small town in the United States
- Gemini (constellation), in astronomy
- a geminal compound, in chemistry
- Gem (moth), a moth of the family Geometridae
- Gas Electron Multiplier, a type of particle detector used in experimental particle physics
- GEM, Gyrokinetic ElectroMagnetic, A gyrokinetic turbulence simulation for studying magnetic fusion
- USS Gem (SP-41), a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917 to 1919
- USS Gem of the Sea (1861), a United States Navy bark in commission from 1861 to 1865
- Rolls-Royce Gem, a helicopter engine made by Rolls-Royce
- Gem 4/4, an electro-diesel locomotive class of Rhaetian Railway, Switzerland
- The "Gem" paper clip design, of which most paper clips are variations
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