balaustre

noun ba·laus·tre \ bəˈlau̇ˌstrā \

Definition of balaustre

plural -s
1 : either of two South American timber trees (Centrolobium robustum or C. paraense) with yellowish brown to purplish or rose-colored glossy wood
2 : the wood of the balaustre

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Origin and Etymology of balaustre

American Spanish, from Spanish balaustre, balaústre baluster, from Italian balaustro


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