noun schnur·ke·ra·mik \¦shnu̇(ə)rkā¦rämik\

Definition of schnurkeramik



  1. :  a Neolithic pottery decorated by imprints of string or cord

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Origin and Etymology of schnurkeramik

German, from schnur string, cord (from Old High German snuor) + keramik ceramics, from French céramique — more at narrow, ceramic

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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