pintadera

/ (ˌpɪntəˈdɛərə) /

noun

a decorative stamp, usually made of clay, found in the Neolithic of the E Mediterranean and in many American cultures

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Word Origin for pintadera

from Spanish, literally: an instrument for making decorations on bread, from pintado mottled, from pintar to paint
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