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smalt

 (smôlt)
n.
A deep blue paint and ceramic pigment produced by pulverizing a glass made of silica, potash, and cobalt oxide.

[French, from Italian smalto, enamel, glaze, of Germanic origin; see mel- in Indo-European roots.]

smalt

(smɔːlt)
n
1. (Ceramics) a type of silica glass coloured deep blue with cobalt oxide
2. (Ceramics) a pigment made by crushing this glass, used in colouring enamels
3. (Colours) the blue colour of this pigment
[C16: via French from Italian smalto, of Germanic origin; related to smelt1]

smalt

(smɔlt)

n.
powdered blue glass used to color vitreous materials.
[1550–60; < Middle French < Italian smalto smalto]
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