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Marble Composite (BMC) GRIGIO

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Details On Marble Composite GRIGIO: The word “marble” derives from the Ancient Greek μάρμαρον (mármaron), from μάρμαρος (mármaros), “crystalline rock, shining stone”,perhaps from the verb μαρμαίρω (marmaírō), “to flash, sparkle, gleam”;R. S. P. Beekes has suggested that a “Pre-Greek origin is probable.

This stem is also the basis for the English word marmoreal, meaning “marble-like.” While the English term resembles the French marbre, most other European languages follow the original Greek—see Persian and Irish marmar, Spanish mármol, Italianmarmo, Portuguese mármore, Welsh, Slovene, German, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish marmor, Finnish marmori, Romanian marmură, Polish marmur, Dutchmarmer, Turkish mermer, Czech mramor, and Russian мрáмор (mramor). In Hungarian it is called márvány.


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