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cromlech (n.)

"structure consisting of a large, flat, unhewn stone resting horizontally atop three or more upright ones," c. 1600, from Welsh, from crom, fem. of crwm "crooked, bent, concave" + llech "(flat) stone." Applied in Wales and Cornwall to what in Brittany is a dolmen; a cromlech there is part of a circle of standing stones.

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Definitions of cromlech from WordNet

cromlech (n.)
a prehistoric megalithic tomb typically having two large upright stones and a capstone;
Synonyms: dolmen / portal tomb
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