nuraghe

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A nuraghe.

Etymology[edit]

From Italian nuraghe.

Noun[edit]

nuraghe (plural nuraghi or nuraghes)

  1. (archaeology) dry-stone round megalithic tower found in Sardinia.

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian nuraghe.

Noun[edit]

nuraghe m (plural nuraghes)

  1. nuraghe (ancient megalithic structure from Sardinia)

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sardinian. The ultimate origin is uncertain; possibly related to the Sardinian place names Nurra, Nurri, and Nurru, and the word nurra (pile of stones). Another possible connection is Latin murus (wall).

Noun[edit]

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nuraghe m (plural nuraghi)

  1. A form of megalithic tower found in Sardinia

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Noun[edit]

nuraghe m (plural nuraghes)

  1. nuraghe (type of megalithic building in Sardinia)