(in Spanish-speaking and Portuguese-speaking countries) a glazed and painted tile used as a wainscot or facing.
The azulejo had been lost, but was brought in quite spent, by Barckhausen.
Through the Heart of Patagonia H. Hesketh Prichard
Niculoso introduced this kind of azulejo painting into Seville.
The Story of Seville Walter M. Gallichan
Behind him hung one of Alberto’s cages, an azulejo fluttering inside.
When the Owl Cries Paul Bartlett
- Azur and azzur
azur and azzur helper. (1.) The father of Hananiah, a false prophet (Jer. 28:1). (2.) The father of Jaazaniah (Ezek. 11:1). (3.) One of those who sealed the covenant with Jehovah on the return from Babylon (Neh. 10:17).
of or having a light, purplish shade of blue, like that of a clear and unclouded sky. Heraldry. of the tincture or color blue. the blue of a clear or unclouded sky. a light, purplish blue. Heraldry. the tincture or color blue. the clear, cloudless sky. Contemporary Examples Per Pale means that the Shield is […]
azuresin azuresin az·u·res·in (āzh’ə-rěz’ĭn) n. A complex of an azure dye and a carbacrylic resin that is used to detect gastric achlorhydria without intubation.
a blue mineral, a hydrous copper carbonate, Cu 3 (CO 3) 2 (OH) 2 : an ore of copper. a gem of moderate value cut from this mineral. Historical Examples She was twisting the azurite jewels on her bosom, and pressing the blunt points into her flesh. The White Peacock D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence […]