[Spanish ah-soo-le-haw, ah-thoo-; Portuguese ah-zoo-le-zhoo]
noun, plural a·zu·le·jos [Spanish ah-soo-le-haws, ah-thoo-; Portuguese ah-zoo-le-zhoo sh] /Spanish ˌɑ suˈlɛ hɔs, ˌɑ θu-; Portuguese ˌɑ zuˈlɛ ʒʊʃ/.
  1. (in Spanish-speaking and Portuguese-speaking countries) a glazed and painted tile used as a wainscot or facing.

Origin of azulejo

1835–45; < Spanish: blue tile, derivative of azul blue Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

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