Stuccos
Stucco Stuc"co, n.; pl. {Stuccoes}, {Stuccos}. [It., fr. OHG. stucchi a crust, piece, G. st["u]ck piece; akin to AS. stycce. See {Stock}.] 1. Plaster of any kind used as a coating for walls, especially, a fine plaster, composed of lime or gypsum with sand and pounded marble, used for internal decorations and fine work. [1913 Webster]

2. Work made of stucco; stuccowork. [1913 Webster]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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