noun in·tar·sia \in-ˈtär-sē-ə\

Definition of INTARSIA

:  a mosaic usually of wood fitted into a support; also :  the art or process of making such a mosaic
:  a colored design knitted on both sides of a fabric

Origin of INTARSIA

German, modification of Italian intarsio
First Known Use: 1867


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