un stuccoed


noun, plural stuccoes, stuccos.
an exterior finish for masonry or frame walls, usually composed of cement, sand, and hydrated lime mixed with water and laid on wet.
any of various fine plasters for decorative work, moldings, etc.
any of various finishes made with cement, plaster, or mortar, as albarium.
a wall, facing, molding, or other work made of such materials.
verb (used with object), stuccoed, stuccoing.
to cover or ornament with stucco.

1590–1600; < Italian < Langobardic; compare Old High German stucki crust, piece (German Stück)

unstuccoed, adjective
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stucco (ˈstʌkəʊ)
n , pl -coes, -cos
1.  a weather-resistant mixture of dehydrated lime, powdered marble, and glue, used in decorative mouldings on buildings
2.  any of various types of cement or plaster used for coating outside walls
3.  Also called: stuccowork decorative work moulded in stucco
vb , -coes, -cos, -coes, -cos, -coing, -coed
4.  (tr) to apply stucco to
[C16: from Italian, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German stukki a fragment, crust, Old English stycce]

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Word Origin & History

1598, from It. stucco, from a Gmc. source (cf. O.H.G. stukki "crust, piece, fragment;" see stock (n.1)). The verb is attested from 1726.
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