[ meg-uh-lith ]
/ ˈmɛg ə lɪθ /
a stone of great size, especially in ancient construction work, as the Cyclopean masonry, or in prehistoric Neolithic remains, as dolmens or menhirs.
Related formsmeg·a·lith·ic, adjectivepre·meg·a·lith·ic, adjective
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Schliz has some reason for calling these megalith people largely traders.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler
British Dictionary definitions for megalith
/ (ˈmɛɡəlɪθ) /
Derived Formsmegalithic, adjective
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Word Origin and History for megalith
huge prehistoric stone, 1853, back-formation from megalithic.
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