Abri Audit

adjective Abri Au·dit \ˌa(ˌ)brēˌōˈdē\

Definition of Abri Audit

  1. :  of or belonging to a prehistoric culture transitional between late Mousterian and Aurignacian

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Origin and Etymology of abri audit

borrowed from French Abri Audit (literally, “Audit Shelter”), a rock shelter in Dordogne department, France


First Known Use: 1912


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