rebbio

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French rifler "to scrape, scratch", from Middle High German riffeln, to scratch, heckle (flax), from Old High German riffilon "to tear by rubbing", akin to rip, ripple; see also Old English geriflian "to wrinkle," Old Norse rifa "to tear, break".

Noun[edit]

rebbio m (plural rebbi)

  1. prong (of a fork), tine

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