ábak
tudi ábakus -a m (ȃ) 1. pri starih Grkih in Rimljanih plošča za mehanično računanje: število kamenčkov v vsakem žlebičku abaka 2. um. krovna plošča nad kapitelom stebra

Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika . 2000.

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