senno

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See also: sennò

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Of Germanic origin (whence also Old French sen, san "mind, sense, direction", Occitan sen, Spanish sien), from Frankish *sinn (sense, mental faculty, way, direction), from Proto-Germanic *sinnaz (mind, meaning), from Proto-Germanic *sinþaną (to go, find one's way), from Proto-Indo-European *sent- (to go). Akin to Old High German sinn "mind, sense, judgment", Old English sinnan "to mind, meditate on, consider", Old English sīþ "journey". More at sense, send.

Noun[edit]

senno m (plural senni)

  1. judgment
  2. common sense
  3. wisdom

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