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basalto m (plural basaltos)

  1. basalt

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EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin basaltes, a misspelling of Latin basanites, from Ancient Greek βασανίτης (basanítēs), from βάσανος (básanos, touchstone), from Egyptian bḫn (a hard stone)

  
 
 

NounEdit

basalto m (plural basalti)

  1. (mineralogy) basalt

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EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin basaltes, a misspelling of Latin basanites, from Ancient Greek βασανίτης (basanítēs), from βάσανος (básanos, touchstone), from Egyptian bḫn (a hard stone)

  
 
 

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NounEdit

basalto m (uncountable)

  1. basalt (hard rock)

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin basaltes, a misspelling of Latin basanites, from Ancient Greek βασανίτης (basanítēs), from βάσανος (básanos, touchstone), from Egyptian bḫn (a hard stone)

  
 
 

NounEdit

basalto m (plural basaltos)

  1. basalt (hard rock)