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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, or borrowed from Ancient Greek ἀλάβαστρος (alábastros), from earlier ἀλάβαστος (alábastos, vase made of alabaster).

NounEdit

alabastro m (plural alabastri)

  1. (mineralogy) alabaster

Derived termsEdit


LatinEdit

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin alabastrum, from Ancient Greek ἀλάβαστρος (alábastros), from earlier ἀλάβαστος (alábastos, vase made of alabaster).

NounEdit

alabastro m

  1. alabaster

See alsoEdit


SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin alabastrum, from Ancient Greek ἀλάβαστρος (alábastros), from earlier ἀλάβαστος (alábastos, vase made of alabaster).

NounEdit

alabastro m (plural alabastros)

  1. alabaster (variety of gypsum)

TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed 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 Egyptian ꜥj-r-bꜣstjt (vessel of the Egyptian goddess Bast).

NounEdit

alabastro

  1. alabaster