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lasque Line breaks: lasque
Pronunciation: /lɑːsk/

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(also lasque diamond)

Definition of lasque in English:

noun

A flat, ill-formed, or veiny diamond.

Origin

Late 17th century: perhaps from Persian lašk 'piece'.

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