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peristalith

[ puh-ris-tl-ith ]
/ pəˈrɪs tl ɪθ /
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noun
a group of stones encircling a mound, dolmen, or the like.
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Origin of peristalith

1880–85; <Greek perísta(tos) surrounded (verbid of periístanai to stand round, equivalent to peri-peri- + sta-, base of histánai to stand + -tos verbal adjective suffix) + -lith
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