Padova

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See also: Pàdova

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Latin Patavium, which may have had a variant Vulgar Latin form *Patava/*Pataua, later monophthongized to Padoa in the local Venetian language, and transcribed as Padua in Medieval Latin; this then became Padova in the Tuscan dialect (and hence later Italian) after labialization of the 'u'.

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Padova f

  1. Padua
  2. The letter P in the Italian phonetic alphabet

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