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marfil

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Etymology

Old Spanish almalfil, from Arabic عظم الفيل (‘aẓm al-fīl), elephant-bone), from عظم (‘aẓm), bone) + فيل (fīl), elephant).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /maɾˈfil/

Noun

marfil m. (plural marfiles)

Singular
marfil m.

Plural
marfiles m.

  1. ivory

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