churrigueresque


chur·ri·gue·resque

adjective, often capitalized \ˌchr-i-gə-ˈresk\

Definition of CHURRIGUERESQUE

:  of or relating to a Spanish baroque architectural style characterized by elaborate surface decoration or its Latin-American adaptation

Origin of CHURRIGUERESQUE

Spanish churrigueresco, from José Churriguera †1725 Spanish architect
First Known Use: 1845

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