alabastro

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NounEdit

alabastro ‎(accusative singular alabastron, plural alabastroj, accusative plural alabastrojn)

  1. alabaster
    Li kopiis La Pietá de Michelangelo en alabastro.
    He copied Michaelangelo's Pietá in alabaster.

Related termsEdit

  • alabastra; made of alabaster, white, ghostly

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin alabastrum.

NounEdit

alabastro m ‎(plural alabastri)

  1. (mineralogy) alabaster

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alabastro m

  1. alabaster

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SpanishEdit

NounEdit

alabastro m ‎(plural alabastros)

  1. alabaster (variety of gypsum)

TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish alabastro ‎(alabaster), from Old French alabastre, from Latin alabaster ‎(box for perfume made of alabaster), from Ancient Greek ἀλάβαστρος ‎(alábastros), from earlier ἀλάβαστος ‎(alábastos, vase made of alabaster). This may further derive from the ancient Egyptian word [Egyptian hieroglyphic needed] ‎(a-labaste, vessel of the Egyptian goddess Bast).

NounEdit

alabastro

  1. alabaster
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