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See also scannò
- IPA: /ˈskænəʊ/
scanno (plural scannos)
- A typographical error introduced by optical character recognition (OCR) software, which may mistake a letter or set of letters for a letter or set of letters of similar shape, as *tum for turn, or *Dosition for position.
Coordinate terms 
From Latin scamnum.
scanno m (plural scanni)
- first-person singular present indicative of scannare