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French balustre, from Italian balaustro 'pillar', from balausta 'wild pomegranate flower', so named because of resemblance to the swelling form of the half-open flower, from Ancient Greek βαλαύστιον (balaustion), from Semitic (cf. Aramaic balatz 'wild pomegranate flower').

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Baluster

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Balusters

Baluster (plural Balusters)
  1. (architecture) A short column used in a group to support a rail, as commonly found on the side of a stairway; a banister.

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