noun azu·le·jo \ˌä-sü-ˈlā-(ˌ)hō, -zü-, -thü-\
plural azu·le·jos

Definition of AZULEJO

:  a glazed usually blue ceramic tile originally of Portugal and Spain

Origin of AZULEJO

Portuguese or Spanish
First Known Use: circa 1889


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