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nuragh

Line breaks: nur¦agh
Pronunciation: /ˈnʊəraɡ/

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(also nuraghe /-ɡi/)

Definition of nuragh in English:

noun (plural nuraghi /-ɡi/)

A type of large tower-shaped stone structure found in Sardinia, dating from the Bronze and Iron Ages.

Origin

Sardinian.

Derivatives

nuraghic

1
adjective

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