coctile

adjective coc·tile \ˈkäktə̇l, -ˌtīl\

Definition of coctile

  1. :  made by baking or exposing to heat (as a brick) Now these tiles are of the coctile kind, or which have been baked red like bricks or common red “roofing tiles” … — Sir Alexander Cunningham, Report for the year 1871–1872, 1874

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Origin and Etymology of coctile

Latin coctilis, from coctus, past participle of coquere to cook, bake + -ilis -ile


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