stucco

See also: stuccò

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Italian stucco "stucco, plaster" from Old Italian stucco, from Lombardic *stucki "crust, fragment, piece" from Proto-Germanic *stukją, *stukjaz, *stukō, *stūkō (stick, beam, stump), from Proto-Indo-European *stAug- (stalk). Akin to German stukki "crust, fragment, piece" (German Stück "piece"), Old Saxon stukki "piece, fragment", Old English stycce "piece, fragment".

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stucco (plural stuccoes or stuccos)

  1. A plaster that is used to coat interior or exterior walls, or used for mouldings.
  2. Work made of stucco; stuccowork.

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stucco (third-person singular simple present stuccoes or stuccos, present participle stuccoing, simple past and past participle stuccoed)

  1. (transitive) To coat or decorate with stucco.

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Italian stucco, from Lombardic *stucki "crust, fragment, piece" from Proto-Germanic *stukją, *stukjaz, *stukō, *stūkō (stick, beam, stump), from Proto-Indo-European *stAug- (stalk). Akin to German stukki "crust, fragment, piece" (German Stück "piece"), Old Saxon stukki "piece, fragment", Old English stycce "piece, fragment".

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stucco m (plural stucchi)

  1. stucco

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stucco

  1. first-person singular present indicative of stuccare
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