A large stone; especially, a large stone used in constructing ancient monuments.
A huge stone structure or monument. Stonehenge is the best known example of this.
( Gr. 'mega'=giant + 'lithos'=stone) A large stone or stones used to construct a structure or monument without mortar or cement.
See Standing Stone.
memorial consisting of a very large stone forming part of a prehistoric structure (especially in western Europe)
a great stone , from the Greek mega meaning great and lithos meaning stone
From the Greek: "great stone"; sometimes wrongly used to describe megalithic monuments
A huge stone monument or structure. Stonehenge is perhaps the best known example of megalithic construction.
A structure consisting of large stones.
A megalith is a large stone which has been used to construct a structure or monument either alone or with other stones. Megalithic means made of such stones, but uses an interlocking system without the use of mortar or cement. The word megalith comes from the Ancient Greek megas meaning great, and lithos meaning stone.