burin

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A burin (chisel) consisting of the handle, shaft, cutting tip and face.
burin on a blade

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From French

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burin (plural burins)

  1. A chisel with a sharp point, used for engraving; a graver.
  2. A prehistoric flint tool.

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Noun[edit]

burin m (plural burins)

  1. chisel or another similar tool

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