volpe

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin vulpēs (genitive vulpis, accusative vulpem) from earlier volpēs. Ultimately from Proto-Italic *wolpi, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂wl(o)p ~ *h₂ulp ‘(red) fox’.

Noun[edit]

volpe f (plural volpi)

  1. fox, vixen
  2. a crafty person

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

volpe

  1. ablative singular of volpēs