/am'euhr tuyz"meuhnt, euh mawr"tiz-/, n.
1. a sloping top on a buttress, pillar, etc.
2. an architectural feature, as a gable, at the top of a façade.
3. amortization.
Also, amortissement /euh mawr"tiz meuhnt/.
[1610-20; AMORTIZE + -MENT, after MF or AF amortissement]

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