linocut [lahy-nuh-kuht] Word Origin noun

  1. a cut made from a design cut into linoleum mounted on a block of wood.
  2. a print made from such a cut.

Origin of linocut First recorded in 1905–10; lino(leum) + cut British Dictionary definitions for linocut linocut noun

  1. a design cut in relief on linoleum mounted on a wooden block
  2. a print made from such a design

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