Definition of nuragh in English:

nuragh

(also nuraghe)

noun

  • A type of large tower-shaped stone structure found in Sardinia, dating from the Bronze and Iron Ages.

    • ‘I climb to the top of a nuraghe and look down a Bronze Age sacred well - both amazingly intact.’
    • ‘These are the nuraghi, patriarchal fortress-villages dating back to Sardina's flourishing Bronze Age.’
    • ‘The nuraghi of Sardinia are very similar in form and date to the torri of Corsica and the talayots of the Balearic Islands.’

Origin

Sardinian.

Pronunciation

nuragh

/ˈnʊəraɡ/