bardiglio

noun
bar·​di·​glio | \ bärˈdēl(ˌ)yō\
plural -s

Definition of bardiglio

: an Italian marble commonly having a dark gray or bluish ground traversed by veins and occurring in its principal varieties in the neighborhood of Carrara and in Corsica

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History and Etymology for bardiglio

Italian, from Italian dialect bardiglio grayish (It pardiglio) from Spanish pardillo grayish, brown, from pardo gray, brown, probably from Latin pardus panther; from the color of the panther

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