carrozza

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Etymology[edit]

From carro. A Tuscan adaptation of carrossa, with northern Italian assibilation of earlier carroccia, a derivative of carro with the suffix -occia, -occio (cf. -uccia, -uccio). Possibly also from Latin carruca through a Vulgar Latin intermediate *carrucea. Compare Sicilian carrozza, Friulian caroce, cf. also Romanian căruță.

Noun[edit]

carrozza f (plural carrozze)

  1. carriage (horse-drawn, or railway)
  2. railroad car, railcar

Verb[edit]

carrozza

  1. third-person singular present indicative of carrozzare
  2. second-person singular imperative of carrozzare

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