terra-cotta

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See also: terracotta and terra cotta

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian terra (earth) + cotta (baked)

Noun[edit]

terra-cotta (uncountable)

  1. An unglazed hard-baked clay pottery
  2. A reddish brown colour, like that of terra cotta.
    terra-cotta colour:    

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terra-cotta (not comparable)

  1. Of a reddish brown colour, like that of terra cotta.

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