See also: smält and smalț

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Italian smalto, from Medieval Latin smaltum, from Frankish *smalt, from Proto-Germanic *smeltaną (to melt, smelt). Doublet of smalto.

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smalt (countable and uncountable, plural smalts)

  1. a deep blue pigment made from powdered glass mixed with cobalt oxide

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EtymologyEdit

From Italian smalto, from Proto-West Germanic *smalt. Cognate with German Schmelz.

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smalt m

  1. enamel (coating baked onto metal or ceramic objects)

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smalt

  1. neuter singular of smal

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smalt

  1. neuter singular of smal

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smalt

  1. absolute indefinite neuter form of smal.

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smalt

  1. past tense of smälta.

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