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bucchero

[ boo-kuh-roh, book-uh- ]
/ ˈbu kəˌroʊ, ˈbʊk ə- /
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noun, plural buc·che·ros.
an Etruscan black ceramic ware, often ornamented with incised geometrical patterns or figures carved in relief.
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Origin of bucchero

1885–90; <Italian <Spanish búcaro<Portuguese: clay vessel, earlier púcaro<Mozarabic <Latin pōculum goblet. See potion, -cule2
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