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nuraghe

[ noo-rah-gey ]
/ nuˈrɑ geɪ /
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noun, plural nu·ra·ghi [noo-rah-gee], /nuˈrɑ gi/, nu·ra·ghes.
any of the large, tower-shaped, prehistoric stone structures found in Sardinia and dating from the second millennium b.c. to the Roman conquest of Sardinia in 238 b.c.
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Origin of nuraghe

First recorded in 1820–30; from Sardinian; of obscure origin (presumably pre-Latin )

OTHER WORDS FROM nuraghe

nu·ra·ghic, adjective
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