voluto

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Past participle of volere, from a Vulgar Latin root *volūtus as the past participle of *volēre < volō (I wish, want). Compare Catalan volgut, French voulu, Romanian vrut, Sicilian vulutu.

Verb[edit]

voluto m (feminine voluta, masculine plural voluti, feminine plural volute)

  1. past participle of volere

Adjective[edit]

voluto m (feminine voluta, masculine plural voluti, feminine plural volute)

  1. deliberate, intentional
  2. wanted, desired

Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Frequentative of volvō, formed through its perfect passive participle volūtus.

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

present active volūtō, present infinitive volūtāre, perfect active volūtāvī, supine volūtātum

  1. I roll, turn, twist, or tumble about
  2. I wallow
  3. I ponder

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