Etymology
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burin (n.)

engraver's tool, 1660s, from French burin, cognate with Italian bolino, Spanish buril, perhaps from Old High German bora "tool for boring" (from PIE root *bhorh- "hole"). Related: Burinist.

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Definitions of burin

burin (n.)
a chisel of tempered steel with a sharp point; used for engraving;
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