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p {n}  :: See under P
paca {m}  :: paca
pacando {v}  :: gerund of pacare
pacandosi {v}  :: gerund of pacarsi
pacare {vt} [literary]  :: to calm or calm down
pacarsi {vr} [literary]  :: To calm, calm down, or appease
pacatamente {adv}  :: calmly, placidly
pacatezza {f}  :: calm, calmness
pacato {adj}  :: placid
pacato {adj}  :: quiet, calm
pacca {f}  :: slap
paccata {f} [informal]  :: A large quantity or amount (of)
pacchebotto {m} [nautical]  :: packet (type of boat)
pacchero {m} [especially in plural]  :: A form of Neapolitan pasta in the form of very large macaroni
pacchetto {m}  :: package, packet, parcel, small parcel
pacchia {f}  :: An easy task; a piece of cake
pacchia {f}  :: A pleasant situation; a bed of roses
pacchianamente {adv}  :: garishly, tackily
pacchianata {f}  :: tat (tacky or garish object)
pacchianata {f}  :: vulgarity (behaviour)
pacchianeria {f}  :: garishness, gaudiness, tackiness
pacchiano {adj}  :: garish, tacky
pacchierotto {adj}  :: plumpish
pacciamando {v}  :: gerund of pacciamare
pacciamare {vt}  :: To mulch (to apply mulch)
pacciamatura {f}  :: mulching
pacciame {m}  :: mulch
pacco {m}  :: bundle, deck
pacco {m}  :: parcel, package
pacco {m} [slang]  :: bulge (visible protrusion of the penis through clothing)
pacco {m} [slang, fraud]  :: swindle, con
paccottaglia {f}  :: junk, trash, rubbish
paccottaglia {f}  :: shoddy goods
paccottiglia {f}  :: jumble
paccottiglia {f}  :: trash, junk, rubbish, garbage
pace {adv}  :: (coll.) that's it; end of the story
pace {f}  :: peace
Pace {prop}  :: Italian surname
pace della mente {f}  :: peace of mind, inner peace
pace interiore {f}  :: inner peace, peace of mind
pachicaule {m}  :: A succulent plant of the genus Pachypodium
pachiderma {m} [zoology]  :: pachyderm
pachidermico {adj}  :: heavy (elephant-like)
pachidermico {adj}  :: pachydermatous
pachidermico {adj}  :: rough, coarse (especially of skin)
pachimeninge {f} [anatomy]  :: pachymeninx, pachymeninges
pachistana {f}  :: alternative spelling of pakistana
pachistano {adj}  :: alternative spelling of pakistano
pachistano {m}  :: alternative spelling of pakistano
pachitene {f}  :: pachytene
paciere {m}  :: pacifier
paciere {m}  :: peacemaker
pacificabile {adj}  :: That can be pacified; pacifiable
pacificamente {adv}  :: peacefully
pacificando {v}  :: gerund of pacificare
pacificare {vt}  :: to pacify
pacificare {vt}  :: to reconcile (people)
pacificatore {m}  :: pacifier
pacificatore {m}  :: peacemaker
pacificazione {f}  :: pacification
pacifico {adj}  :: peaceable, peaceful
Pacifico {prop}  :: The Pacific (ocean)
pacifismo {m}  :: pacifism
pacifista {f}  :: pacifist
pacifistico {adj}  :: pacifistic
Pacillo {prop}  :: Italian surname
pacioccona {f}  :: easy-going woman
pacioccone {adj}  :: easy-going
pacioccone {m}  :: easy-going person
paciosamente {adv}  :: calmly, peaceably, quietly
pacioso {adj}  :: calm, easygoing, peaceable
Padania {prop}  :: Padania
padanità {f}  :: The property of being pertaining to or originating in the valley of the river Po
padano {adj}  :: Of, pertaining to or originating in the valley of the river Po
padella {f}  :: bedpan
padella {f}  :: frying pan [British], skillet [US]
padellata {f}  :: A blow with a frying pan
padellata {f}  :: panful
padellina {f}  :: pan (of a flintlock mechanism)
padellino {m}  :: pannikin
padiglione {f}  :: a large tent
padiglione {f}  :: canopy
padiglione {f}  :: marquee
padiglione {f}  :: pavilion
padiscià {m} [history]  :: Padishah
Padova {prop}  :: Padua
Padova {prop}  :: The letter P in the Italian phonetic alphabet
padovana {f}  :: A native or inhabitant of Padua (female)
padovano {adj}  :: Of, or from, Padua (Padova)
padovano {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Padua
padre {m}  :: father
padreggiando {v}  :: gerund of padreggiare
padreggiare {vi}  :: To take after one's father
padre nostro {n}  :: Lord's Prayer, Our Father
padrenostro {m}  :: alternative form of padre nostro
padreterno {m}  :: A very important, influential or expert person
padreterno {prop}  :: God Almighty; God the Father
padrigno {m}  :: stepfather
padrino {m}  :: godfather
padrino {m}  :: second (at a duel)
padrino {m}  :: sponsor (at a baptism)
padron {m}  :: apocopic form of padrone
padrona {f}  :: employer, boss
padrona {f}  :: flagship of a naval squadron (pre-18th c.)
padrona {f}  :: hostess
padrona {f}  :: landlady
padrona {f}  :: mistress, lady
padrona {f}  :: owner
padrona di casa {f}  :: housewife
padrona di casa {f}  :: lady of the house
padrona di casa {f}  :: madam
padrona di casa {f}  :: mistress
padronale {adj}  :: main, principal (entrance etc)
padronale {adj}  :: master (bedroom etc)
padronanza {f}  :: command
padronanza {f}  :: mastery
padronato {m}  :: An agricultural enterprise that has a single owner
padronato {m}  :: The ruling classes
padroncino {m}  :: A small company
padroncino {m}  :: A young master or proprietor, or the son of one
padrone {m}  :: employer, boss
padrone {m}  :: host
padrone {m}  :: landlord
padrone {m}  :: master
padrone {m}  :: owner
padroneggiando {v}  :: gerund of padroneggiare
padroneggiare {v}  :: to control
padroneggiare {v}  :: to master
padronissimo {interj}  :: you're the boss!
padule {m}  :: (Tuscany) a marsh or bog
paesaggio {m}  :: landscape
paesaggio {m}  :: view, panorama
paesaggismo {m} [arts]  :: landscape painting
paesaggista {f} [arts]  :: landscape painter
paesaggistica {f} [arts]  :: landscape painting
paesaggisticamente {adv}  :: with regard to the landscape
paesaggistico {adj}  :: landscape (attributive)
paesaggisticoambientale {adj}  :: Relating to environmental aspects of landscape
paesano {adj}  :: country (attributive)
paesano {adj}  :: rustic
paesano {m}  :: comrade or friend (usually from the same neighborhood, city, or region)
paesano {m}  :: fellow countryman
paesano {m}  :: fellow Italian
paesano {m}  :: peasant, rustic villager
paese {m}  :: country (nation)
paese {m}  :: village, town
paese della cuccagna {m}  :: Cockaigne
paesello {m}  :: small village
paesetto {m}  :: Small village
Paesi Baschi {prop}  :: The Basque Country
Paesi Bassi {prop}  :: The Netherlands
paesino {m}  :: small village
paesista {f} [arts]  :: landscape painter
paesistico {adj}  :: landscape (attributive)
paesone {m}  :: big village
Paestum {prop}  :: (the site of) a Graeco-Roman city on the coast of present-day Campania
paffutello {adj}  :: plumpish
paffuto {adj}  :: plump, chubby
paga {f}  :: pay
paga {f}  :: reward, recompense
paga {f}  :: wages
pagabile {adj}  :: payable
pagaia {f}  :: paddle
pagaiando {v}  :: gerund of pagaiare
pagaiare {vi}  :: To paddle
paga lorda {f}  :: gross pay
pagamento {m}  :: payment
pagamento {m}  :: pay (salary)
paganamente {adv}  :: paganly
pagando {v}  :: gerund of pagare
pagandosi {v}  :: gerund of pagarsi
paganeggiando {v}  :: gerund of paganeggiare
paganeggiante {adj}  :: paganism (attributive)
paganeggiante {v}  :: gerund of paganeggiare
paganeggiare {vi}  :: To think or act according to pagan principles
paganesimo {m}  :: paganism
Paganica {prop}  :: a hillside town in the province of L'Aquila, in the Abruzzo region of southern Italy
Paganini {prop}  :: Italian surname
Paganini {prop}  :: Niccolò Paganini Italian composer and violinist
paganità {f}  :: paganism
paganizzando {v}  :: gerund of paganizzare
paganizzare {vt}  :: to paganize
paganizzazione {f}  :: paganization
pagano {adj}  :: pagan
pagano {m}  :: pagan
pagante {adj}  :: paying (describing the one who pays)
pagare {vit}  :: to pay
pagarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of pagare
pagarsi {v}  :: to be satisfied
pagarsi {v}  :: to keep back a sum of money as recompense or tip, etc
pagato {adj}  :: paid
pagatore {adj}  :: paying, pay (attributive)
pagatore {m}  :: payer
pagatrice {f}  :: payer (female)
pagella {f} [education]  :: school report, report card
pagello {m}  :: sea bream (of genus Pagellus)
paggetto {m}  :: pageboy, page
paggio {m}  :: page
paggio {m}  :: pageboy
pagglialore {m}  :: A rural Sicilian building housing donkeys on the ground floor, chickens and/or goats on the first floor and a farming family on the second floor
pagherò {m}  :: IOU
paghetta {f}  :: pocket money
pagina {f}  :: page [of a book, etc.]
pagina iniziale {f} [Internet]  :: The landing page of a website; the site's homepage
paginando {v}  :: gerund of paginare
paginare {vi} [computing]  :: to page
paginare {vt}  :: to paginate
paginatura {f}  :: foliation
paginatura {f}  :: pagination
paginazione {f} [computing]  :: paging
paginazione {f}  :: pagination
paginetta {f} [informal]  :: blog or similar publication
paginetta {f}  :: short page
paginone {m}  :: spread (especially a double-page spread)
paglia {f}  :: straw (dry stalks, colour)
pagliaccesco {adj}  :: clownish, clownlike
pagliaccetto {m}  :: rompers
pagliacciata {f}  :: buffoonery, clowning
pagliaccio {m}  :: clown
paglia e fieno {n}  :: paglia e fieno
pagliaio {m}  :: haystack
Pagliaro {prop}  :: Italian surname
pagliativo {adj}  :: Variant of palliativo
pagliericcio {m}  :: straw mattress, pallet
paglierino {adj}  :: straw-coloured
paglietta {f}  :: boater (straw hat)
paglietta {f}  :: steel wool
paglietto {m} [nautical]  :: mat
paglino {adj}  :: straw (attributive)
paglino {m}  :: straw seat of a chair
pagliolato {m} [nautical]  :: dunnage
pagliolo {m} [nautical]  :: dunnage
paglione {m}  :: pallet
paglione {m}  :: palliasse
pagliuzza {f}  :: blade or wisp of straw
pagliuzza {f}  :: speck or tiny particle of metal
pagnotta {f}  :: (round) loaf
pago {adj}  :: contented
pago {m} [archaic]  :: pay, fee
pago {m} [archaic]  :: price
pagoda {f} [architecture]  :: pagoda
paidocentrismo {m}  :: Variant of pedocentrismo
paidologia {f}  :: Variant of pedologia
paillard {m}  :: paillard (grilled sirloin)
paillette {f}  :: sequin
paio {m}  :: pair
paiolata {f}  :: potful
paiolo {m}  :: A cauldron
paiolo {m}  :: A copper cooking pot
Pakistan {prop}  :: Pakistan
pakistana {f}  :: Pakistani (female)
pakistano {adj}  :: Pakistani
pakistano {m}  :: Pakistani
pala {f}  :: altarpiece
pala {f}  :: blade (of a propellor, fan etc)
pala {f}  :: paddle
pala {f}  :: pall
pala {f}  :: retable
pala {f}  :: shovel
paladina {f}  :: (female) champion, defender, paladin
paladino {m}  :: champion, defender
paladino {m}  :: paladin
palafitta {f}  :: pile-dwelling
palafitta {f}  :: piles; piling (structural)
palafittando {v}  :: gerund of palafittare
palafittare {vt}  :: To support with piles
palafitticolo {adj}  :: pile-dwelling (often lake-dwelling)
palafitticolo {m}  :: pile-dweller (often on a lake)
palafreniere {m}  :: groom
palafreno {m}  :: palfrey
palaghiaccio {m}  :: ice rink
palagonitico {adj} [geology]  :: palagonitic
palamento {m}  :: rowing (a boat)
palamento {m}  :: shovelling
palamita {f}  :: (Atlantic) bonito (Sarda sarda)
palanca {f}  :: board
palanca {f}  :: money
palanchino {m}  :: crowbar
palanchino {m}  :: palanquin
palancola {f}  :: (plank) footbridge
palando {v}  :: gerund of palare
palandrana {f}  :: long, wide (tent-like) clothing
palare {vt}  :: to row [a boat]
palare {vt}  :: to shovel
palasport {m}  :: stadium, arena (indoor sports hall)
palata {f}  :: shovelful (large amount)
palatabile {adj}  :: palatable
palatabilità {f}  :: palatability
palatale {adj}  :: palatal
palatale {f}  :: palatal
palatalizzando {v}  :: gerund of palatalizzare
palatalizzare {vt}  :: To palatalize
palatalizzazione {f} [phonetics]  :: palatalization
palatinato {m}  :: palatinate
Palatinato {prop}  :: Palatinate, Electorate of the Palatinate
palatino {adj} [anatomy]  :: palatine, palatal
palatino {adj}  :: Palatine
palatino {adj}  :: palatine, palatial, palace (attributive)
palatino {m}  :: palatine
Palatino {prop}  :: Palatine (hill)
palato {adj} [heraldry]  :: paly
palato {m} [anatomy, sense of taste]  :: palate
palato- {prefix} [anatomy]  :: palato-; pertaining to the palate
palato- {prefix} [linguistics, phonetics]  :: palato-; articulated on the palate
palatoalveolare {adj} [linguistics, phonetics]  :: alveolopalatal
palatofaringeo {adj} [anatomy]  :: palatopharyngeal
palatofaringeo {m} [muscle]  :: palatopharyngeus, palatopharyngeal muscle, pharyngopalatinus
palatoglosso {m} [muscle]  :: palatoglossus, glossopalatinus, palatoglossal muscle
palatoschisi {f} [pathology]  :: cleft palate
Palau {prop}  :: Palau
palauana {f}  :: Palauan
palauano {adj}  :: Palauan
palauano {m}  :: Palauan
palaziale {adj}  :: palatial
Palazzaccio {prop} [informal]  :: Palazzo di Giustizia - the supreme court in Rome
palazzetto {m}  :: A sports hall or similar building also used for concerts etc
palazzina {f}  :: house
palazzina {f}  :: Small building, small apartment building
palazzinaro {m}  :: building speculator
palazzo {m}  :: building
palazzo {m}  :: palace
palazzone {m}  :: A big palace
palazzone {m}  :: A large apartment building, a large tenement
palchettista {f}  :: ticket holder for the gallery or an upper tier box (in a theatre)
palchetto {m}  :: gallery; upper-tier box (in a theatre)
palchetto {m}  :: shelf (of a piece of furniture, especially of a bookcase)
palco {m}  :: box (theatre)
palco {m}  :: scaffold, scaffolding
palco {m}  :: stage (theatre)
palco {m}  :: stand, platform
palco {m} [zoology]  :: antler
palcoscenico {m}  :: stage (theatre)
Pale {prop}  :: a Roman god
paleartico {adj}  :: Palearctic
paleggio {m}  :: The excavation and removal of loose earth (typically using shovels and wheelbarrows)
paleo- {prefix}  :: paleo-
paleoalveo {m}  :: ancient riverbed
paleoambientale {adj}  :: paleoenvironmental
paleoamericano {m}  :: Paleo-Indian
paleoantropologia {f}  :: paleoanthropology
paleoantropologico {adj}  :: paleoanthropological
paleoantropologo {m}  :: paleoanthropologist
paleoasiatico {adj}  :: paleoasiatic
paleobiologia {f}  :: paleobiology
paleobotanica {f}  :: paleobotany
paleobotanico {adj}  :: paleobotanical
paleoclimatologia {f}  :: paleoclimatology
paleoclimatologo {m}  :: paleoclimatologist
paleocristiano {adj}  :: paleochristian
paleoecologia {f}  :: paleoecology
paleoetnologia {f}  :: paleoethnology
paleofitologia {f}  :: paleophytology
paleogeografia {f}  :: paleogeography
paleogeografico {adj}  :: paleogeographic
paleogeografo {m}  :: paleogeographer
paleografia {f}  :: paleography
paleografico {adj}  :: paleographic
paleografo {m}  :: paleographer
paleoindio {adj}  :: Paleoindian
paleoispanico {adj}  :: Paleohispanic
paleolitico {adj}  :: Paleolithic
paleomagnetismo {m}  :: paleomagnetism
paleomericido {m}  :: palaeomerycid
paleonimo {m}  :: paleonym
paleontologa {f}  :: paleontologist (female)
paleontologia {f} [sciences]  :: paleontology
paleontologico {adj}  :: paleontological
paleontologo {m}  :: paleontologist
paleopatologia {f}  :: paleopathology
paleoslavo {m}  :: Old Church Slavonic
paleotettonica {f}  :: paleotechtonics
Paleoveneti {prop}  :: the early inhabitants of the Veneto
paleoveneto {adj}  :: Relating to the Veneto in prehistoric times
paleozoico {adj}  :: Paleozoic
paleozoico {n}  :: Paleozoic
paleozoologia {f} [zoology]  :: paleozoology
paleria {f}  :: stakes or poles (collectively)
palermitano {adj}  :: from or pertaining to Palermo, Sicily
palermitano {m}  :: a male inhabitant of Palermo
Palermo {prop}  :: Palermo (city)
Palermo {prop}  :: Palermo (province)
palesamento {m}  :: manifestation, disclosure, revelation
palesando {v}  :: gerund of palesare
palesandosi {v}  :: gerund of palesarsi
palesare {vt}  :: To reveal or disclose
palesarsi {vr}  :: To reveal oneself
palesato {adj}  :: revealed, disclosed
palese {adj}  :: clear, evident
palesemente {adv}  :: clearly, evidently, obviously, manifestly
Palestina {f}  :: A large size of type standardized as 24 points
Palestina {prop}  :: Palestine
palestinese {adj}  :: Palestinian
palestinese {f}  :: A Palestinian woman
palestinese {m}  :: A Palestinian
palestra {f}  :: gym, gymnasium
palestrato {adj}  :: muscular
palestrato {m}  :: A person who regularly works out (at a gym)
Palestrina {prop}  :: A town in the province of Roma in Lazio
paletò {m}  :: overcoat, greatcoat
paletnologia {f}  :: paleoethnology, palaeoethnology
paletnologico {adj}  :: paleoethnological, palaeoethnological
paletnologo {m}  :: paleoethnologist, palaeoethnologist
paletta {f}  :: dustpan
paletta {f}  :: shovel (fireside)
paletta {f}  :: spade (toy)
paletta {f}  :: trowel
palettando {v}  :: gerund of palettare
palettare {vt}  :: To stake
palettizzabile {adj}  :: alternative form of pallettizzabile
palettizzando {v}  :: gerund of palettizzare
palettizzare {v}  :: alternative form of pallettizzare
palettizzazione {f}  :: alternative form of pallettizzazione
paletto {m}  :: bolt (for a door)
paletto {m}  :: stake, peg, pile
palificando {v}  :: gerund of palificare
palificare {v}  :: to pile drive; to drive piles into the ground
palificazione {f}  :: pile driving
palificazione {f}  :: piling
palilogia {f}  :: palilogy (repetition of a word for rhetorical effect)
palin- {prefix}  :: Forms terms, of Greek origin, related to repetition or recapitulation
palina {f}  :: ranging rod or pole (with red and white stripes)
palina {f}  :: signpost
palindromico {adj}  :: palindromic
palindromo {adj}  :: palindromic
palindromo {m}  :: palindrome
palingenesi {f}  :: palingenesis
palingenetico {adj}  :: palingenetic
palinodia {f}  :: palinode
palinologia {f}  :: palynology
palinsesto {m}  :: A listing of broadcast programs, e.g. a TV guide
palinsesto {m}  :: palimpsest
Palinuro {prop}  :: Palinurus
palio {m}  :: banner [especially one given as a prize]
Palio {prop}  :: The Palio delle Contrade
Palio delle Contrade {prop}  :: The Palio di Siena
paliotto {m}  :: antependium
palischermo {m} [nautical]  :: skiff, pinnace
palissandro {m}  :: rosewood
palizzata {f}  :: palisade, fence, stockade, paling
palla {f}  :: ball
palla {f}  :: bullet, shot
palla {f}  :: testicle, and, by extension, an arduous and/or boring undertaking or event
palla a canestro {f}  :: alternative spelling of pallacanestro
palla a mano {f}  :: alternative spelling of pallamano
palla a nuoto {f}  :: alternative spelling of pallanuoto
palla a volo {f}  :: alternative spelling of pallavolo
pallabase {n}  :: baseball
pallacanestro {f}  :: basketball, basket
pallacorda {n}  :: real tennis, royal tennis
Pallade {prop}  :: Pallas
palladianesimo {m} [architecture]  :: Palladianism
palladiano {adj}  :: Palladian
palladiano {m}  :: Palladian (follower or imitator)
palladico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: palladic
palla di cristallo {f}  :: crystal ball
palla di neve {f}  :: snowball (ball of compacted snow)
palladio {m}  :: palladium
Palladio {prop}  :: Italian surname
Palladio {prop}  :: Palladium
Palladio {prop}  :: Andrea Palladio, Italian architect
pallamaglio {n}  :: pall mall (game)
pallamanista {mf} [sports]  :: handball player
pallamano {f} [sports]  :: handball
pallamuro {n}  :: fives (game)
pallanotista {f}  :: water polo player
pallanuotista {f} [sports]  :: water polo player
pallanuoto {f}  :: water polo
pallapugno {m}  :: A ballgame in which a rubber ball is hit with the fists
pallavolista {f} [sports]  :: volleyball player, volleyballer
pallavolistico {adj}  :: volleyball (attributive)
pallavolo {f}  :: volleyball
palleggiamento {m}  :: passing the buck
palleggiamento {m} [sports]  :: dribbling, passing
palleggiamento {m} [tennis]  :: rally, knock-up
palleggiando {v}  :: gerund of palleggiare
palleggiandosi {v}  :: gerund of palleggiarsi
palleggiare {vt} [sports]  :: to practise with a ball, especially to repeatedly bounce it while retaining control
palleggiare {vt}  :: to knock up (in tennis)
palleggiarsi {vr} [sports]  :: to practise with a ball, especially to repeatedly bounce it while retaining control
palleggiatore {m} [football]  :: dribbler
palleggiatore {m} [volleyball]  :: setter
palleggiatrice {f} [volleyball]  :: female setter
palleggio {m}  :: knock-up (at tennis)
palleggio {m}  :: practise with a ball
pallettizzabile {adj}  :: palletizable
pallettizzando {v}  :: gerund of pallettizzare
pallettizzare {vt}  :: to palletize
pallettizzazione {f}  :: pelletization
pallettone {m}  :: buckshot
palliativo {adj}  :: palliative
palliativo {adj}  :: stopgap
palliativo {m}  :: palliative
palliativo {m}  :: Temporary or stopgap measure
pallidamente {adv}  :: palely, pallidly, faintly
pallidezza {f}  :: paleness, pallor
pallidiccio {adj}  :: palish (rather pale)
pallidino {adj}  :: palish (rather pale)
pallidissimo {adj}  :: Very pale
pallidità {f}  :: paleness, pallor
pallido {adj}  :: bleak
pallido {adj}  :: pale
palliduccio {adj}  :: palish (rather pale)
pallina {f}  :: marble (glass ball)
pallinatura {f}  :: shot peening, shot blasting
pallino {m} [billiards, snooker]  :: cue ball
pallino {m}  :: craze, obsession
pallino {m}  :: dot (pattern)
pallino {m}  :: jack (bowls)
pallino {m}  :: knack
pallino {m}  :: pellet (from a gun)
pallista {f}  :: bullshitter
pallonaio {m}  :: ball or balloon maker or seller
pallonaro {m}  :: liar, fibber
pallonata {f}  :: blow from a ball
palloncino {m}  :: balloon (toy)
palloncino-scultura {m}  :: balloon sculpture
pallone {m}  :: ball, football
pallone {m}  :: balloon, aerostat
pallone gonfiato {m}  :: bighead, swellhead
pallone sonda {f}  :: weather balloon
pallonetto {m}  :: lob (with a ball)
pallonista {m}  :: ballplayer
pallore {m}  :: paleness, pallor
pallosamente {adv} [colloquial]  :: boringly
pallosità {f} [colloquial]  :: tediousness, boringness
palloso {adj} [colloquial]  :: boring, square
pallottino {adj}  :: Pallottine
pallottola {f}  :: ball (of paper etc)
pallottola {f}  :: bullet
pallottoliere {m}  :: abacus
pallovale {n} [sports]  :: rugby
palma {f}  :: palm (corresponding part of the forefoot of a lower mammal)
palma {f}  :: palm (of the hand)
palma {f}  :: palm tree, palm
palma da cocco {f}  :: coconut palm
palma da datteri {f}  :: date palm
palma da dattero {f}  :: date palm
palma da olio {f}  :: oil palm
palmare {adj}  :: evident, obvious
palmare {adj}  :: handheld
palmare {m}  :: Any palm-held electronic device
palmares {m}  :: prize list
palmares {m}  :: record of achievements
palmarmente {adv}  :: in the palm of the hand
palmatifido {adj} [botany]  :: palmatifid
palmato {adj} [botany]  :: palmate
palmato {adj}  :: webbed (feet)
palmatosetto {adj} [botany]  :: palmatisect
palmento {m}  :: millstone
palmeto {m}  :: palm grove
palmetta {f} [architecture]  :: palmette
palmetta {f}  :: fan training (of fruit trees etc)
Palmi {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Reggio Calabria in Calabria
palmifero {adj}  :: palmiferous
palminervio {adj} [botany]  :: palminerved
palmipede {adj}  :: web-footed
Palmira {prop}  :: Palmyra
palmireno {adj}  :: Palmyrene
palmireno {n}  :: Palmyrene (language)
Palmiro {prop}  :: male given name
palmitico {adj}  :: palmitic
palmitina {f} [organic compound]  :: palmitin, tripalmitin
palmitoleico {adj}  :: palmitoleic
palmizio {adj}  :: palm (attributive)
palmizio {m}  :: palm tree
palmizio {m}  :: palm (used in religious ceremonies)
palmo {m} [regional]  :: palm (of the hand)
palmo {m}  :: span (of hand)
palo {m} [football]  :: goalpost
palo {m} [heraldry]  :: pale
palo {m}  :: stake, pole, pile
palo della luce {m}  :: lamppost
palo del telefono {m}  :: telephone pole
palo del telegrafo {m}  :: telegraph pole
palomba {f}  :: stock dove, wood pigeon
palombaro {m}  :: deep-sea diver
palombaro {m}  :: hard hat diver
Palombi {prop}  :: Italian surname
palombo {m} [regional]  :: wild pigeon
palombo {m}  :: smooth hound
palorcio {m}  :: A simple ropeway used to transport materials
palpabile {adj}  :: palpable, tangible
palpabilità {f}  :: tangibleness
palpabilmente {adv}  :: palpably, tangibly
palpando {v}  :: gerund of palpare
palpare {vt}  :: to feel, finger
palpare {vt}  :: to palpate
palpata {f}  :: grope
palpata {f}  :: touch, feel
palpatina {f}  :: little grope
palpatina {f}  :: little touch, little feel
palpatorio {adj}  :: palpatory
palpazione {f} [medicine]  :: palpation
palpebra {f}  :: eyelid
palpebrale {adj} [anatomy]  :: palpebral
palpeggiamento {m}  :: groping, fondling
palpeggiando {v}  :: gerund of palpeggiare
palpeggiare {vt}  :: To grope, paw, fondle, cop a feel
palpeggiata {f}  :: grope, paw
palpitando {v}  :: gerund of palpitare
palpitante {adj}  :: trembling or quivering (with)
palpitare {vi}  :: to throb, pound
palpitare {vi}  :: to tremble, quiver
palpitazione {f}  :: palpitation
palpito {m}  :: beat (of the heart)
palpito {m}  :: throb
paltò {m}  :: coat, overcoat
palta {f}  :: swamp, bayou
palude {f}  :: marsh, fen, swamp, bog
paludicolo {adj}  :: palustrine, paludal
paludoso {adj}  :: swampy, marshy
Palumbo {prop}  :: Italian surname
palustre {adj}  :: marsh, swamp (attributive)
Paluzza {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Udine in Friuli-Venezia Giulia
pamiri {adj}  :: Pamir (attributive)
pamiri {mf}  :: Pamir (native or inhabitant)
pampa {f}  :: pampas
pampepato {m}  :: alternative form of panpepato
pamphlet {m}  :: pamphlet (essay on a current topic)
pampino {m}  :: vine leaf
pampinoso {adj}  :: Covered, or decorated with vine leaves
pan- {prefix}  :: pan-
Pan {prop}  :: Pan
panacea {f}  :: panacea, cure-all
panache {m}  :: panache
panafricanismo {m}  :: Pan-Africanism
panafricanista {f}  :: Supporter of Pan-Africanism
panafricano {adj}  :: Pan-African
panama {m}  :: basketweave
panama {m}  :: Panama hat
Panama {prop}  :: Panama
panamegno {adj}  :: Panamanian
panamense {adj}  :: Panamanian
panamense {mf}  :: Panamanian
panamericanismo {m}  :: Pan-Americanism
panamericano {adj}  :: Pan-American
panando {v}  :: gerund of panare
panarabismo {m}  :: pan-Arabism
panarabo {adj}  :: pan-Arab, pan-Arabian
panare {vt}  :: To bread, to coat with breadcrumbs
panasiatico {adj}  :: Pan-Asian, Pan-Asiatic
panasiatismo {m}  :: Pan-Asiatism
panata {f}  :: panada (bread soup)
Panatenee {prop} [historical]  :: Panathenaea
panatica {f}  :: board (money for provisions etc)
panato {adj}  :: breaded, covered with breadcrumbs
panbabilonismo {m}  :: panbabylonism
pan bagnato {m}  :: The Italian equivalent of the French pan bagnat
panbeozia {f}  :: Pamboeotia
panca {f}  :: bench
panca {f}  :: pew
pancaccio {m}  :: A simple bunk bed (especially in a prison)
pancarré {m}  :: A triangular slice of white bread with the crusts removed; used for making tramezzini
pancarré {m}  :: Square sliced bread
panceltico {adj}  :: pan-Celtic
pancetta {f}  :: pancetta (cured belly of pork)
pancetta {f}  :: paunch
Panchen Lama {n}  :: Panchen Lama
panchetta {f}  :: footstool, stool
panchetto {m}  :: stool, footstool
panchina {f}  :: bench or seat (in a garden or park)
panchinaro {m} [sports]  :: bench warmer
pancia {f}  :: belly, stomach, paunch
panciata {f}  :: belly flop
panciera {f}  :: corset, girdle
pancino {m} [informal]  :: tummy, tum tum
panciolle {adv}  :: With the belly uppermost
pancione {m}  :: big tummy, bump (of a pregnant woman)
pancione {m}  :: fatty, paunchy person
pancione {m}  :: pot belly, paunch
panciotto {m}  :: waistcoat
pancitopenia {f} [medicine]  :: pancytopenia
panciuto {adj}  :: bellied, paunchy, potbellied
pancone {m}  :: bench, workbench
pancone {m}  :: large or heavy plank or board
pancone {m} [music]  :: wrest block
pancotto {m}  :: panada (bread soup)
pancrazio {m} [sports]  :: pankration
Pancrazio {prop}  :: Pancras (given name, saint)
pancreas {m}  :: pancreas
pancreatico {adj}  :: pancreatic, pancreas (attributive)
pancreatina {f}  :: pancreatin
pancreatite {f} [pathology]  :: pancreatitis
pancromatico {adj}  :: panchromatic
panda {m}  :: panda
panda gigante {m}  :: giant panda ( Ailuropoda melanoleuca)
panda rosso {m}  :: panda (Ailurus fulgens)
pandeiro {m}  :: pandeiro
pandeismo {m}  :: pandeism
pandemia {f} [pathology]  :: pandemic
pandemico {adj} [pathology]  :: pandemic
pandemonio {m}  :: pandemonium, bedlam, chaos
pandetta {f}  :: pandect
pandiculazione {f}  :: pandiculation
pan di spagna {m}  :: sponge cake (as an ingredient in trifles or other desserts); genoise, pound cake
pandispagna {m}  :: sponge cake
pandolce {m}  :: genoa, Genoa cake (A form of bread-like Christmas cake from Genoa)
Pandora {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Pandora
pandoro {m} [dessert]  :: pandoro
panduriforme {adj}  :: panduriform
pane {m}  :: block (of butter etc)
pane {m}  :: bread
panegirico {m}  :: panegyric
panegirista {f}  :: eulogist
panegirista {f}  :: panegyrist
panel {m}  :: panel (various groups of people)
panellenico {adj}  :: Panhellenic
panellenismo {m}  :: panhellenism
panellenista {f}  :: panhellenist
panello {m}  :: oil cake
panenteismo {m}  :: panentheism
panenteistico {adj}  :: panentheistic
panettaio {m}  :: A person who divides and shapes butter into pats
panettatrice {f}  :: A machine that divides and shapes butter into pats
panetteria {f}  :: baker's, bakery
panettiera {f}  :: baker (female)
panettiere {m}  :: baker
panetto {m}  :: Small block (of butter etc)
panettone {m}  :: panettone
paneuropeo {adj}  :: Pan-European
panfilo {m}  :: yacht
panflettista {f}  :: pamphleteer
panflettistica {f}  :: The production and dissemination of political pamphlets
panflettistico {adj}  :: pamphlet (attributive)
panforte {m}  :: panforte
Pangea {prop}  :: Pangaea
pangermanesimo {m}  :: Pan-Germanism
pangermanista {f}  :: Pan-Germanist
pangermanistico {adj}  :: Pan-German, Pan-Germanic
pangiallo {m}  :: A form of Christmas cake, from Rome, made using maize flour
pangolino {m}  :: pangolin
pan grattato {m}  :: alternative form of pangrattato
pangrattato {m}  :: breadcrumb
pania {f}  :: birdlime
pania {f}  :: lure, snare
panicato {adj}  :: measly (infected with measles or tapeworms)
panicatura {f}  :: measle (tapeworm larva)
paniccia {f}  :: A type of polenta or focaccia made from chickpea flour
paniccia {f}  :: soggy mass or ground
panicità {f}  :: Panic sentiment (an identification with the natural world)
panico {adj}  :: panic (attributive)
panico {adj}  :: Panic, Pandean (characteristic of Pan)
panico {m}  :: foxtail millet, Italian millet (Setaria italica)
panico {m}  :: panic
panicolato {adj} [botany]  :: paniculate
paniera {f}  :: basketful
paniera {f}  :: hamper
paniera {f}  :: (large) basket
panieraia {f}  :: Maker or seller of baskets (female)
panieraio {m}  :: Maker or seller of baskets
panierata {f}  :: basket, basketful
panierata {f}  :: hamper
paniere {m}  :: basket
paniere {m} [finance]  :: market basket
paniere {m}  :: pannier
panierino {m}  :: lunch box
panierino {m}  :: Small basket
panificabile {adj}  :: breadmaking (attributive), bread (attributive)
panificando {v}  :: gerund of panificare
panificare {vi}  :: To make bread
panificatore {adj}  :: baking
panificatore {m}  :: baker
panificatrice {f}  :: baker (female)
panificazione {f}  :: bread production
panificio {m}  :: baker's
panificio {m}  :: bakery
paniforte {m}  :: blockboard
panigada {f}  :: elderflower
paninaro {m}  :: A member of a youth movement associated with fast food such as burgers
panineria {f}  :: sandwich shop
paninetto {m}  :: bagel
panino {m}  :: bread roll, roll, bun
panino {m}  :: sandwich
paninoteca {f}  :: sandwich shop or bar
paniscia {f}  :: alternative form of panissa
panislamico {adj}  :: Pan-Islamic
panislamismo {m}  :: Pan-Islamism
panismo {m}  :: Panic sentiment (an identification with the natural world)
panissa {f}  :: A form of risotto from Piedmont and Lombardy
panizza {f}  :: A type of polenta or focaccia made from chickpea flour
panlogismo {m}  :: panlogism
panna {f}  :: cream
panna cotta {n}  :: panna cotta
panna montata {f}  :: whipped cream
panne {f}  :: breakdown (of a car etc)
panneggiamento {m}  :: drapery, drapes
panneggiando {v}  :: gerund of panneggiare
panneggiare {vt}  :: To drape
panneggio {m}  :: drapery
pannellatura {f}  :: panelling (collection of panels)
pannello {m}  :: panel (structural element)
pannicello {m}  :: crumb (small amount of something of little importance)
pannicolite {f} [disease]  :: panniculitis
pannicolo {m} [anatomy]  :: panniculus
panno {m}  :: cloth
panno {m} [in the plural]  :: clothes, laundry, washing
pannocchia {f}  :: corncob, ear
pannocchia {f}  :: panicle
pannolana {n}  :: woolen cloth/fabric
pannolino {m}  :: nappy, diaper
pannolino {m}  :: sanitary towel, sanitary napkin, pad
pannolone {m}  :: incontinence pad
Pannonia {prop}  :: Pannonia
pannonico {adj}  :: Pannonian
pannoso {adj}  :: creamy
panoplia {f}  :: panoply
panoplia {f}  :: trophy
panorama {m}  :: outline
panorama {m}  :: view, panorama
panoramica {f}  :: pan (cinema shot)
panoramica {f}  :: panorama (photographic)
panoramica {f}  :: scenic route
panoramicamente {adv}  :: panoramically
panoramicando {v}  :: gerund of panoramicare
panoramicare {vit}  :: to pan (turn horizontally)
panoramicità {f}  :: panoramic character
panoramico {adj}  :: panoramic
panottico {adj}  :: panoptic
pan pepato {n}  :: Variant of panpepato
panpepato {m}  :: a baked dessert containing nuts, spice, cocoa etc; many regional variations
pan per focaccia {phrase}  :: tit for tat (idiomatic) equivalent retribution, an eye for an eye, returning exactly what you get
panperso {m}  :: French toast
panporcino {m}  :: cyclamen
panpsichismo {m}  :: panpsychism
panromanzo {adj}  :: pan-Romance (languages)
pansessualismo {m}  :: pansexuality
pansessualità {f}  :: pansexuality
panslavismo {m}  :: Pan-Slavism
panslavista {f}  :: Pan-Slavist
pansovietico {adj}  :: pan-soviet
pantacalze {n}  :: leggings
pantacollant {m}  :: leggings (for female use)
pantagonna {f}  :: culottes (divided skirt)
Pantagruele {prop}  :: Pantagruel
pantagruelico {adj}  :: enormous (of an appetite)
pantagruelico {adj}  :: Pantagruelian
pantalonaia {f}  :: Maker of trousers (female)
pantalonaio {m}  :: Maker of trousers
pantaloncino {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: shorts
pantalone {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: trousers; trouser suit
Pantalone {prop}  :: Pantaloon (theatrical character)
pantan {m}  :: apocopic form of pantano
pantana {f}  :: greenshank (Tringa nebularia)
pantano {m}  :: quagmire, marsh, swamp, bog
pantanoso {adj}  :: marshy, boggy
pantanoso {adj}  :: muddy
Pantasilea {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Pentesilea
pantegana {f}  :: sewer rat
panteismo {m}  :: pantheism
panteista {f}  :: pantheist
panteisticamente {adv}  :: pantheistically
panteistico {adj}  :: pantheistic
Pantelleria {prop}  :: A volcanic island between Sicily and Tunisia
pantera {f}  :: Italian police car
pantera {f}  :: panther
pantesco {adj}  :: Of or from Pantelleria
pantocratore {adj}  :: all-powerful, omnipotent
pantocratore {m}  :: Pantocrator
pantodonto {m}  :: pantodont
pantofago {adj}  :: pantophagous, omnivorous
pantofobia {f}  :: pantophobia
pantofola {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: slipper
pantofolaia {f}  :: (female) couch potato, lazybones, stay-at-home
pantofolaio {adj}  :: idle, stay-at-home
pantofolaio {m}  :: couch potato, lazybones, stay-at-home
pantofolaio {m}  :: slipper maker
pantofolaio {m}  :: slipper shop
pantofoleria {f}  :: slipper factory or shop
pantografista {f}  :: pantographer
pantografo {m}  :: bow collector
pantografo {m}  :: pantograph (all senses)
pantolesto {m}  :: pantolest
pantomima {f}  :: mime
pantomimico {adj}  :: pantomimic; pantomime (attributive)
pantomimo {m}  :: mime (artist)
pantoscopico {adj} [optics]  :: pantoscopic
pantotenato {m} [biochemistry]  :: pantothenate
pantotenico {adj}  :: pantothenic
panturchista {adj}  :: Pan-Turkist
panturchista {mf}  :: Pan-Turkist
panza {f}  :: paunch
panza {f}  :: stomach
panzana {f}  :: fib, tall story, cock and bull story
panzanella {f}  :: A summer bread salad including sliced bread and fresh tomatoes, flavored with basil, olive oil and vinegar
panzarotto {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: large raviolo ravioli, typically filled with mozzarella and prosciutto crudo etc, fried in oil
Panzera {prop}  :: Italian surname
panzerotto {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: A large form of ravioli
Paola {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Paolo ( =Paul), equivalent to English Paula
paolinismo {m}  :: Paulinism
paolino {adj} [Christianity]  :: Of Paul (the apostle)
Paolo {prop}  :: male given name, equivalent to Paul
Paolo {prop}  :: Paul [biblical character]
paonazzo {adj}  :: purple
papà {m}  :: dad, papa
papa {m}  :: pope
papabile {adj}  :: likely to be elected Pope
papabile {m}  :: One of the cardinals thought likely to be elected Pope
Papafava {prop}  :: A noble family of Venice
Papafava {prop}  :: Italian surname
papaia {f}  :: papaya (fruit, tree)
papaina {f} [enzyme]  :: papain
papale {adj}  :: papal
papalina {f}  :: nightcap
papalina {f}  :: skullcap
papalina {f} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: sprat
papalino {adj}  :: papal
papalino {adj}  :: papist, popish
papalino {m}  :: papal guard
papalino {m}  :: papal soldier
papalino {m}  :: papist
papamobile {f}  :: Popemobile
paparazzato {adj}  :: photographed (especially secretly) by a paparazzo
paparazzo {m}  :: paparazzo
paparino {m}  :: daddy
papato {m}  :: papacy
papaveracea {f} [botany]  :: poppy, papaveraceous plant
papaveraceo {adj} [botany]  :: papaveraceous
papaverina {f} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: papaverine
papavero {m}  :: poppy
papera {f}  :: gosling (female) (Masculine: papero)
papera {f}  :: slip of the tongue
papera {f}  :: (verbal) error
Paperina {prop}  :: Daisy Duck (Disney character)
paperino {m}  :: gosling
Paperino {prop}  :: Donald Duck (Disney character)
papero {m}  :: gosling
Paperone {mf} [informal]  :: moneybags
Paperone {prop}  :: Scrooge McDuck (Disney character)
papesco {adj}  :: popish
papessa {f}  :: A rich or powerful woman
papessa {f}  :: high priestess
papiglionaceo {adj} [botany]  :: papilionaceous
papilla {f}  :: papilla
papillare {adj} [anatomy]  :: papillar, papillary
papilledema {m} [medicine]  :: papilledema
papillite {f} [pathology]  :: papillitis
papilloma {m} [medicine]  :: papilloma
papillon {m}  :: bow tie
papilloso {adj} [botany]  :: papillose
papino {m}  :: daddy
papiraceo {adj}  :: papyrus (attributive), papyraceous
papiriforme {adj} [architecture]  :: papyriform
papiro {m}  :: papyrus
papirologia {f}  :: papyrology
papirologo {m}  :: papyrologist
papismo {m}  :: papism
papismo {m}  :: popery
papista {f}  :: papist
papistico {adj}  :: papist
papocchio {m}  :: mess
pappa {f}  :: baby food
pappa {f}  :: pap, mush
pappafico {m} [nautical]  :: fore-topgallant (sail)
pappagallescamente {adv}  :: parrot-fashion
pappagallescamente {adv}  :: parrot-like
pappagallesco {adj}  :: parrot-like, parrot-fashion
pappagallino {m}  :: budgerigar
pappagallino {m}  :: parakeet
pappagallismo {m}  :: catcalling
pappagallismo {m}  :: parroting
pappagallo {m}  :: a person repeating others' words and phrases in a unpleasant way (colloquial - see ripetere tutto come un pappagallo)
pappagallo {m}  :: parrot
pappagallo {m}  :: wolf (slang, amorous man)
pappagorgia {f}  :: dewlap
pappagorgia {f}  :: double chin
pappamolla {m}  :: coward
pappamolla {m}  :: wimp (spineless person)
pappando {v}  :: gerund of pappare
pappardella {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: a wide form of fettuccine, or a narrow form of lasagne, traditionally eaten with a meat sauce (especially one made with hare)
pappardella {f} [figuratively]  :: an argument
pappare {vt}  :: to appropriate or walk off with
pappare {vt}  :: to gobble up or tuck into (food)
pappataci {m}  :: sandfly (Phlebotomus papatasi)
pappatacio {m}  :: sand fly (of the genus Phlebotomus)
pappatore {m}  :: trencherman
pappatoria {f}  :: trenchermanship
pappetta {f}  :: pap, mush
pappina {f}  :: poultice, plaster
pappina {f}  :: slap
pappina {f}  :: telling off
pappo {m} [botany]  :: pappus
pappone {m}  :: glutton
pappone {m} [informal]  :: pimp
pappone {m} [informal]  :: sleaze, sleazy man
papposo {adj} [botany]  :: pappose, pappous
papposo {adj}  :: pappy
paprica {f}  :: paprika
papua {adj}  :: Papuan
papua {mf}  :: Papuan (all senses)
papuana {f}  :: Papuan (female)
papuano {adj}  :: Papuan
papuano {m}  :: Papuan
papuano {prop}  :: Papuan language
Papua Nuova Guinea {prop}  :: Papua New Guinea
Papua-Nuova Guinea {prop}  :: Papua New Guinea
Papuasia {prop}  :: Papua New Guinea
papuaso {adj}  :: Papuan
papula {f} [pathology]  :: papule
papulare {adj}  :: papular
papuloso {adj} [pathology]  :: papulose
parà {m}  :: para (paratrooper)
para {f}  :: crepe (for shoes)
para {f}  :: para rubber
para- {prefix}  :: para- (all senses)
parabancario {adj}  :: extended banking (attributive)
parabasi {f}  :: parabasis
parabiaghese {adj}  :: Of or from Parabiago
Parabiago {prop}  :: A town in the Milano province of Lombardia
parabile {adj} [sports]  :: savable (that can be saved or parried)
parabiosi {f}  :: parabiosis
parabola {f} [mathematics]  :: parabola
parabola {f}  :: parable
parabola {f}  :: satellite dish
parabolica {f}  :: satellite dish
parabolicamente {adv}  :: parabolically
parabolico {adj}  :: parabolic
paraboloide {m} [mathematics]  :: paraboloid
parabordo {m} [nautical]  :: fender
parabrace {m}  :: fender (in a fireplace)
parabrezza {n}  :: windscreen, windshield (of a car)
parabronco {m} [anatomy]  :: parabronchus
paracadutando {v}  :: gerund of paracadutare
paracadutandosi {v}  :: gerund of paracadutarsi
paracadutare {vt}  :: To parachute something
paracadutarsi {vr}  :: To parachute (to jump, wearing a parachute)
paracadute {m}  :: parachute
paracadutismo {m}  :: parachuting
paracadutista {f}  :: parachutist
paracadutista {f}  :: paratrooper
paracadutistico {adj}  :: parachute (attributive)
paracalli {m}  :: corn plaster
paracamino {m}  :: fireguard
paracarro {m}  :: guard stone (at the roadside corner of a building)
paracarro {m}  :: kerbstone
Paracelso {prop}  :: Paracelsus
paracenere {m}  :: fender (in a fireplace)
paracentesi {f} [surgery]  :: paracentesis
paracetamolo {m} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: paracetamol
paracielo {m}  :: canopy
paracinesia {f}  :: parakinesia
paracletico {adj}  :: paracletic
Paracleto {n}  :: Holy Spirit
Paracleto {n}  :: Paraclete / paraclete
paracolpi {m} [automobiles]  :: bumper
paracolpi {m}  :: bumper (for baby cribs)
paraconsistente {adj} [logic]  :: paraconsistent
paracqua {m}  :: umbrella
paracrino {adj} [physiology]  :: paracrine
paracromatismo {m}  :: parachromatism
paracromatopsia {f}  :: parachromatopsia
paracromoforo {adj}  :: parachromophoric, parachromophorous
paraculata {f}  :: brown-nosing
paraculo {m}  :: a cunning opportunist individual, sly in taking advantage of the social mechanisms that govern the world without showing it. Servile and brown noser towards power
paraculo {m}  :: faggot (homosexual person)
paraculo {m}  :: smart aleck
paracuore {m}  :: lungs (of an animal, as offal)
paracurarina {f}  :: tubocurarine
paracuraro {m}  :: tube curare, bamboo curare
paradenti {m}  :: gumshield
paradentosi {f}  :: paradentosis
paradigma {m}  :: paradigm
paradigmaticamente {adv}  :: paradigmatically
paradigmatico {adj}  :: paradigmatic
paradisea {f}  :: bird of paradise (of genus Paradisaea)
paradisiaco {adj}  :: heavenly
paradiso {m}  :: paradise, heaven (especially figuratively)
Paradiso {prop}  :: Paradise
paradiso fiscale {m}  :: tax haven
Paradiso terrestre {prop}  :: the Garden of Eden
paradontologia {f}  :: periodontology
paradontologo {m}  :: periodontist
paradontosi {f}  :: alternative form of paradentosi
paradorso {m} [military]  :: parados
paradossale {adj}  :: paradoxical
paradossalità {f}  :: paradoxicalness
paradossalmente {adv}  :: paradoxically
paradosso {adj}  :: paradoxical
paradosso {m}  :: paradox
paradosso del gatto di Schrödinger {n}  :: Schrödinger's cat
paradosso francese {m}  :: French paradox
parafa {f}  :: initials (as a signature)
parafa {f}  :: paraph
parafando {v}  :: gerund of parafare
parafango {m}  :: dashboard
parafango {m}  :: mudguard (on a vehicle)
parafare {vt}  :: To initial (instead of signing)
parafarmaceutico {adj}  :: parapharmaceutical
parafarmacia {f}  :: parapharmacy (health and beauty industry or shop)
parafarmaco {m}  :: health or beauty product
parafasia {f}  :: paraphasia
parafenelendamina {f} [organic compound]  :: paraphenylenediamine
parafernale {adj}  :: paraphernal (law)
parafernalia {n}  :: gear
parafernalia {n} [legal]  :: paraphernalia
paraffina {f}  :: paraffin, alkane
paraffinando {v}  :: gerund of paraffinare
paraffinare {vt}  :: To paraffin
paraffinico {adj}  :: paraffinic
parafiamma {m}  :: Any of several devices used to prevent fire
parafiamma {m}  :: firewall (fireproof partition or bulkhead)
parafiletico {adj}  :: paraphyletic
parafilia {f} [psychology]  :: paraphilia
parafiscale {adj}  :: parafiscal
parafiscalità {f}  :: parafiscal taxes
parafrasabile {adj}  :: paraphrasable
parafrasando {v}  :: gerund of parafrasare
parafrasare {vt}  :: To paraphrase
parafrasi {f}  :: paraphrase
parafrasia {f}  :: paraphrasia
parafrastico {adj}  :: paraphrastic
parafulmine {m}  :: lightning conductor
parafuoco {m}  :: fireguard, fire screen
paragenesi {f}  :: paragenesis
paragenetico {adj}  :: paragenetic
paraggio {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: neighbourhood, vicinity
paragnatide {m}  :: cheekpiece
paragoge {f}  :: paragoge
paragogico {adj}  :: paragogic
paragonabile {adj}  :: comparable
paragonabilità {f}  :: comparability
paragonando {v}  :: gerund of paragonare
paragonandosi {v}  :: gerund of paragonarsi
paragonare {v}  :: to compare (to) or (with)
paragonarsi {vr}  :: ‎ To compare oneself (to) or (with)
paragone {m}  :: comparison
paragone {m} [uncountable, printing, dated]  :: A large size of type, standardized as 20 point
paragrafando {v}  :: gerund of paragrafare
paragrafare {vt}  :: To paragraph
paragrafematico {adj} [linguistics]  :: paragraphematic, paragraphemic
paragrafetto {m}  :: Short paragraph
paragrafo {m}  :: paragraph
paraguagio {adj}  :: Paraguayan
paraguagio {m}  :: Paraguayan
paraguaiana {f}  :: Paraguayan (female)
paraguaiano {adj}  :: Paraguayan
paraguaiano {m}  :: Paraguayan
paraguance {m}  :: cheekpiece
Paraguay {prop}  :: Paraguay
paraguayano {adj}  :: alternative spelling of paraguaiano
paraguayano {m}  :: alternative spelling of paraguaiano
paraidrogeno {m}  :: parahydrogen
parainfluenzale {adj}  :: parainfluenza
paraipofisario {adj} [anatomy]  :: parahypophyseal, parapituitary
paraletteratura {f}  :: popular literature
paralimpico {adj}  :: Paralympic
paralinguaggio {m}  :: paralanguage
paralinguistica {f}  :: paralinguistics
paralinguistico {adj}  :: paralinguistic
paralipomeni {n}  :: paralipomena
paralisi {f} [figuratively]  :: paralysis
paralisi {f} [pathology]  :: palsy, paralysis
paralitico {adj}  :: paralytic
paralizzando {v}  :: gerund of paralizzare
paralizzante {adj}  :: paralyzing
paralizzare {vt}  :: to paralyze
paralizzato {adj}  :: paralyzed
parallasse {f}  :: parallax
parallattico {adj}  :: parallactic
parallela {f} [in the plural]  :: parallel bars
parallela {f}  :: parallel (line)
parallelamente {adv}  :: parallel, parallelly
parallelepipedo {adj}  :: Having this shape
parallelepipedo {m} [geometry]  :: parallelepiped
parallelinervio {adj} [botany]  :: parallelinerved
parallelismo {m}  :: parallelism
parallelizzabile {adj} [computing]  :: parallelizable
parallelizzando {v}  :: gerund of parallelizzare
parallelizzare {v} [computing]  :: To parallelize
parallelizzazione {f}  :: parallelization
parallelo {adj} [geometry]  :: parallel (all senses)
parallelo {m} [geometry, geography]  :: A parallel (all senses)
parallelogramma {m}  :: alternative form of parallelogrammo
parallelogrammo {m}  :: parallelogram
paralogismo {m}  :: paralogism
paralogistico {adj}  :: paralogistic
paralogo {adj}  :: paralogous
paraluce {m} [photography]  :: lens hood
paralume {m}  :: lampshade
paramagnetico {adj}  :: paramagnetic
paramagnetismo {m} [physics]  :: paramagnetism
paramano {m}  :: cuff (of a sleeve)
paramano {m}  :: facing brick
paramecio {m}  :: paramecium
paramedico {adj}  :: paramedical
paramedico {m}  :: paramedic
paramento {m}  :: hanging, drapery
paramento {m}  :: vestment
parametrando {v}  :: gerund of parametrare
parametrare {vt}  :: To parameterize
parametrico {adj}  :: parametric (all senses)
parametrizzando {v}  :: gerund of parametrizzare
parametrizzare {vt}  :: to parametrize
parametrizzato {adj}  :: parameterized
parametrizzazione {f}  :: parameterization
parametro {m}  :: parameter
paramezzale {m} [nautical]  :: keelson
paramilitare {adj}  :: paramilitary
paramine {m}  :: paravane
paramnesia {f}  :: paramnesia
paramontura {f}  :: facing of a lapel
paramorfina {f}  :: paramorphine
paramorfismo {m} [medicine]  :: paramorphism
paramorfo {adj}  :: paramorphic
paramorfosi {f} [geology]  :: paramorphism
paramosche {m}  :: fly net
paranasale {adj} [anatomy]  :: paranasal
paranavetta {adj}  :: Describing any safety device that prevents the shuttle of a loom from leaving its normal track and causing damage
paranco {m}  :: hoist
parando {v}  :: gerund of parare
parandosi {v}  :: gerund of pararsi
paraneoplastico {adj} [medicine]  :: paraneoplastic
paraneve {m}  :: snow fence
paranilotico {adj}  :: Paranilotic
paraninfo {m}  :: bridesman, groomsman
paraninfo {m}  :: procurer
paranoia {f} [psychology, figuratively]  :: paranoia
paranoicamente {adv}  :: paranoidly
paranoico {adj}  :: paranoid
paranoico {m}  :: paranoid (person)
paranoide {adj}  :: paranoid
paranoide {mf}  :: paranoid
paranormale {adj}  :: paranormal, preternatural
paranormalità {f}  :: paranormality
paranucleare {adj}  :: paranuclear
paranza {f} [nautical]  :: trawler
paranza {f}  :: trawl (net)
paraocchi {m}  :: blinkers
paraocchio {m}  :: eyeshade
paraolimpiadi {n}  :: Paralympics
paraolimpico {adj}  :: Paralympic
paraonde {m}  :: breakwater
paraorecchie {m}  :: earflap (of a hat)
paraorecchie {m}  :: earmuffs
parapalle {m}  :: butt (gunnery shelter)
parapendio {m}  :: paraglider
parapendio {m}  :: paragliding
parapetto {m}  :: balustrade
parapetto {m}  :: ledger board
parapetto {m}  :: parapet
parapiglia {f}  :: uproar, commotion, turmoil, hurly burly
parapioggia {m}  :: umbrella, brolly, gamp
paraplegia {f} [pathology]  :: paraplegia
paraplegico {adj}  :: paraplegic
paraplegico {m}  :: paraplegic
parapsichico {adj}  :: parapsychic
parapsicologia {f}  :: parapsychology
parapsicologico {adj}  :: parapsychological
parapsicologo {m}  :: parapsychologist
parare {v}  :: to adorn or deck (out)
parare {v}  :: to parry (a blow)
parare {v}  :: to save (a goal)
parare {v}  :: to shield (the eyes)
pararigori {m} [football]  :: A goalkeeper who saves from a penalty kick
pararsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of parare
pararsi {vr}  :: to appear (present oneself)
pararsi {vr}  :: to cover, protect [one's back]
parasagittale {adj}  :: parasagittal
parasailing {m}  :: parasailing
parasartie {f} [nautical]  :: gunwale
parasassi {m}  :: A safety device that prevents rocks falling from overhead
parascenio {m}  :: parascenium
parasceve {f}  :: The Friday before the Jewish sabbath
paraschegge {m}  :: splinter guard
paraschiena {m}  :: back protector
parascintille {m}  :: fireguard (to stop sparks flying)
parascolastico {adj}  :: extracurricular
paraselene {m}  :: paraselene
parasimpatico {adj}  :: parasympathetic
parasimpaticomimetico {adj}  :: parasympathomimetic
parasimpaticomimetico {m} [pharmacology]  :: parasympathomimetic
parasintesi {f} [linguistics]  :: parasynthesis
parasintetico {adj} [linguistics]  :: parasynthetic
parasociale {adj} [finance]  :: Between shareholders
parasole {m}  :: parasol
parasole {m}  :: sunshade
paraspigolo {m}  :: edge or corner protector
paraspruzzi {m}  :: dashboard
paraspruzzi {m}  :: mudguard
paraspruzzi {m}  :: splashback
parassita {adj}  :: parasitic
parassita {m}  :: parasite
parassitando {v}  :: gerund of parassitare
parassitare {vt}  :: To infest with parasites
parassitariamente {adv}  :: parasitically
parassitario {adj}  :: parasitic
parassiticida {adj}  :: parasiticidal
parassiticida {m}  :: parasiticide
parassitico {adj}  :: parasitic
parassitismo {m}  :: parasitism
parassitistico {adj}  :: parasite (attributive)
parassitistico {adj}  :: parasitic
parassito {adj}  :: Variant of parassita
parassito {m}  :: Variant of parassita
parassitoide {m} [biology]  :: parasitoid
parassitologia {f} [biology]  :: parasitology
parassitologico {adj}  :: parasitological
parassitologo {m}  :: parasitologist
parassitosi {f} [pathology]  :: parasitic disease, parasitosis
parastatale {adj}  :: state- or government-controlled
parastatistica {f} [physics]  :: parastatistics
parastatistico {adj} [physics]  :: parastatistic
parastato {m}  :: quango (or one of its employees)
parastinchi {m}  :: shinguard, shin pad
parasubordinato {adj}  :: consultant (attributive)
parasubordinato {m}  :: consultant
parata {f}  :: review, parade (military)
parata {f}  :: save, parry (sports)
paratassi {f}  :: parataxis
paratattico {adj}  :: paratactic
paratia {f} [nautical]  :: bulkhead
paratifo {m}  :: paratyphoid fever
paratipo {m} [biology, taxonomy]  :: paratype
paratiroide {f} [anatomy]  :: parathyroid
paratiroidectomia {f} [surgery]  :: parathyroidectomy
paratiroideo {adj} [anatomy]  :: parathyroid
paratiroidismo {m} [medicine]  :: parathyroidism (disease of the parathyroid glands)
paratoia {f}  :: floodgate
paratopo {m} [immunology]  :: paratope
paratore {m}  :: decorator
paratormone {m}  :: parathormone (parathyroid hormone)
paratrice {f}  :: decorator
paratungstato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: paratungstate
paratura {f}  :: decoration
paratura {f}  :: hangings
parauniversitario {adj}  :: university- or degree-level
paraurti {m}  :: bumper [British], fender [US] (of a car)
paravalanghe {m}  :: snow shed
paravenoso {adj} [anatomy]  :: paravenous
paravento {m} [furniture]  :: screen, folding screen, room divider
paraventricolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: paraventricular
paravirtualizzazione {f} [computing]  :: paravirtualization
parcamente {adv}  :: frugally, moderately, sparingly
parcamento {m}  :: parking
parcamento {m}  :: parking place
parcando {v}  :: gerund of parcare
parcare {vt}  :: To park
parcella {f}  :: fee
parcella {f}  :: parcel
parcellare {adj}  :: divided into parcels or lots; parcelled
parcellare {adj} [pathology]  :: localized
parcellazione {f}  :: parcelling out
parcellizzando {v}  :: gerund of parcellizzare
parcellizzare {vt}  :: to fragment
parcellizzazione {f}  :: fragmentation
parcellizzazione {f}  :: parcelling out, apportionment
parchè {m}  :: parquet (flooring)
Parche {prop}  :: Parcae, Fates
parcheggiabile {adj}  :: That can be parked
parcheggiando {v}  :: gerund of parcheggiare
parcheggiare {vt}  :: To park
parcheggiare contropista {v}  :: to backtrack (taxiing the opposite way down a runway)
parcheggiatore {m}  :: parking attendant
parcheggio {m}  :: (act of parking) parking
parcheggio {m}  :: (parking space) car park, parking lot, parking space
parchettatura {f}  :: parqueting (laying of parquet flooring)
parchettista {f}  :: Person who lays parquet flooring
parchetto {m} [Switzerland, and the building trade]  :: parquet (flooring)
parchezza {f}  :: sobriety
parchimetro {m}  :: parking meter
parcità {f}  :: sobriety
parco {adj}  :: frugal, moderate, temperate, sparing
parco {m}  :: park, garden
par condicio {f}  :: An Italian broadcast law guaranteeing equal treatment to all political parties during elections
par condicio {f}  :: equal treatment; equal opportunity
parecchie {pron}  :: several
parecchio {adj}  :: (plural) several, many, quite a lot of
parecchio {adj}  :: quite a lot of, rather a lot of, a fair bit of, quite a long time, quite a while
parecchio {adv}  :: really, rather, quite a lot, quite a bit
parecchio {pron}  :: (plural) several, quite a lot, quite a few
parecchio {pron}  :: quite a lot, rather a lot, a fair bit
pareggiabile {adj}  :: balanceable
pareggiabile {adj}  :: matchable, comparable
pareggiamento {m}  :: balancing
pareggiamento {m}  :: equalizing
pareggiamento {m}  :: evening up
pareggiamento {m}  :: levelling
pareggiando {v}  :: gerund of pareggiare
pareggiare {vi}  :: To draw (have equal scores in sport)
pareggiare {vi}  :: To equalize
pareggiare {vt} [Accounting]  :: To level or to balance
pareggiare {vt}  :: To make equal (in all senses)
pareggio {m}  :: balance
pareggio {m}  :: draw (sport)
paregorico {m} [medicine]  :: paregoric
parelio {m} [astronomy]  :: perihelion
paremiografia {f}  :: paremiology
paremiografo {m}  :: paremiologist
paremiologia {f}  :: paremiology (study of proverbs)
parenchima {m} [anatomy, botany]  :: parenchyma
parenchimale {adj}  :: parenchymal
parenchimatico {adj}  :: parenchymatous, parenchymal
parenchimatoso {adj}  :: parenchymatous
parendo {v}  :: gerund of parere
parentado {m}  :: One's entire family of relatives or relations
parentale {adj}  :: inherited from parents
parentale {adj}  :: parental
parentale {adj}  :: pertaining to one's relatives
parente {mf}  :: a relative or relation
parente {mf}  :: sibling
parente acquisito {m}  :: in-law
parentela {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: kin, relations; relatives
parentela {f}  :: relationship
parente prossimo {m}  :: next of kin
parenterale {adj} [medicine]  :: parenteral
parenteralmente {adv}  :: parenterally
parentesi {f}  :: bracket, parenthesis
parente stretto {m}  :: blood relative, close relative
parentetico {adj}  :: parenthetic, parenthetical
pareo {m}  :: pareo (A wraparound garment, worn by men or women, similar to a Malaysian sarong)
parere {m}  :: estimate, judgment
parere {m}  :: opinion, view, comment
parere {vi}  :: to look, seem, appear
parere {vi}  :: to sound (like)
parere {vi}  :: to think (of)
paresi {f} [pathology]  :: paresis, palsy
parestesia {f} [pathology]  :: paresthesia
parete {f}  :: (alpinism) face, wall
parete {f} [anatomy]  :: paries, wall
parete {f}  :: (surface) side, surface, wall
parete {f}  :: wall
parete cellulare {f} [cytology, botany]  :: cell wall
paretico {adj}  :: paretic
paretimologia {f}  :: false etymology
paretone {m}  :: a large rock face
paretone {m} [archaeology]  :: The remains of ancient dry-stone walls found around Salento
pargoleggiando {v}  :: gerund of pargoleggiare
pargoleggiare {vi}  :: To behave childishly
pargoletto {adj}  :: infantile
pargoletto {m}  :: child
pargolo {adj}  :: young
pargolo {m}  :: child
pari {adj}  :: equal
pari {adj}  :: even (of a number)
pari {adj}  :: rival
paria {m}  :: outcast
paria {m}  :: pariah
Paride {prop}  :: Paris (the person)
parietale {adj} [anatomy]  :: parietal (Of or pertaining to the wall of a body part or to the parietal bone)
parietale {adj}  :: wall (attributive), parietal
parietale {m} [skeleton]  :: parietal, parietal bone
parietaria {f}  :: pellitory
parificando {v}  :: gerund of parificare
parificare {vt}  :: To officially recognize (a school etc)
parificato {adj}  :: Officially recognized
parificazione {f}  :: recognition (official)
Parigi {prop}  :: Paris, the capital city of France
parigina {f} [printing, dated]  :: A small size of type, standardized as 5 point
parigino {adj}  :: Parisian
parigino {m}  :: Parisian
pariglia {f}  :: pair (of horses pulling a coach etc)
pariglia {f}  :: tit for tat
parimente {adv}  :: alternative form of parimenti
parimenti {adv}  :: equally
parimenti {adv}  :: evenly
parimenti {adv}  :: likewise
Parini {prop}  :: Italian surname
Parioli {prop}  :: Parioli
pariolino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Parioli district of Rome, or to its inhabitants
pariolino {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Parioli
pariolino {m} [informal]  :: A person with a bourgeois standard of living and right-of-centre politics
pariolino {m}  :: (locally, slang) A bourgeois fashioned youngster of Rome
pariolino {m}  :: (spregiative, in the past) A bourgeois and snobby behaviour
paripennato {adj} [botany]  :: paripinnate, even-pinnate
Parisi {prop}  :: Italian surname
Parisi {prop}  :: Heather Parisi, Italian showgirl
parisillabo {adj}  :: parisyllabic
parità {f}  :: equality
parità {f}  :: parity (all senses)
paritariamente {adv}  :: according to parity
paritariamente {adv}  :: equally
paritario {adj}  :: Based on parity; equal
pariteticamente {adv}  :: equally
pariteticamente {adv}  :: jointly
pariteticità {f}  :: joint character or quality
paritetico {adj}  :: equal
paritetico {adj}  :: joint
parkerizzando {v}  :: gerund of parkerizzare
parkerizzare {vt}  :: To Parkerize or rustproof
parkerizzazione {f}  :: Parkerization
parkinsoniano {adj}  :: parkinsonian
parkinsonismo {m} [pathology]  :: Parkinson's disease
parlabile {adj}  :: speakable
parla inglese {phrase} [formal]  :: do you speak English?
parlamentando {v}  :: gerund of parlamentare
parlamentare {adj}  :: parliamentary
parlamentare {mf}  :: Member of Parliament, MP
parlamentare {vi} [but takes avere as auxiliary]  :: to parley, negotiate
parlamentarismo {m}  :: parliamentarianism (parliamentary system)
parlamentarista {f}  :: parliamentarian
parlamento {m}  :: parliament
parlando {v}  :: gerund of parlare
parlandosi {v}  :: gerund of parlarsi
parlante {adj}  :: lifelike (painting)
parlante {adj}  :: talking
parlante {m}  :: sayer
parlante {m}  :: speaker (of a particular language)
parlantina {f}  :: talkativeness
parlar {v}  :: apocopic form of parlare
parlare {v} [heraldry]  :: to cant
parlare {v}  :: to speak
parlare {v}  :: to talk
parlare a braccio {v} [idiomatic]  :: to improvise
parlare a braccio {v}  :: to extemporize
parlare con la erre moscia {v}  :: to burr (To pronounce with a rolled "r")
parlare con tono di condiscendenza {v}  :: to speak condescendingly
parlare con tono di condiscendenza {v}  :: to talk down to, to patronize
parlare male {v}  :: to speak ill, knock
parlare più forte {v}  :: to speak up
parlare tra il serio e il faceto {v}  :: to talk half seriously
parlarsi {vr}  :: To talk to each other (or to oneself)
parlata {f}  :: parlance
parlatore {m}  :: speaker, orator
parlatorio {m}  :: parlour
parlatorio {m}  :: visiting room (of a prison)
parli inglese {phrase} [informal]  :: do you speak English?
parlottando {v}  :: gerund of parlottare
parlottare {vi}  :: To mutter
parlottio {m}  :: muttering
parlucchiando {v}  :: gerund of parlucchiare
parlucchiare {vt}  :: To have a smattering (of a language)
Parma {prop}  :: Parma (province)
Parma {prop}  :: Parma (town)
Parmenide {prop}  :: Parmenides
parmenideo {adj}  :: Parmenidean
parmense {adj}  :: Of or relating to the province of Parma or its people
parmense {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of the province of Parma
parmigiana {f}  :: a dish of aubergine baked with tomato and cheese
parmigiana {f}  :: food cooked with Parmesan cheese, or in the Parma style
parmigiano {adj}  :: Of, or relating to Parma, its inhabitants or culture
parmigiano {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Parma
parmigiano {m}  :: parmesan cheese
Parmitano {prop}  :: Italian surname
Parmitano {prop}  :: Luca Parmitano, Italian astronaut
Parnaso {prop}  :: Parnassus
parnassianesimo {m}  :: Parnassianism (school of poetry)
parnassianismo {m}  :: Parnassianism (school of poetry)
parnassiano {adj}  :: Parnassian
-paro {suffix}  :: -parous
parodia {f}  :: parody
parodiando {v}  :: gerund of parodiare
parodiare {vt}  :: to parody, mimic
parodicamente {adv}  :: parodically
parodico {adj}  :: Variant of parodistico
parodista {f}  :: parodist
parodistico {adj}  :: parodic
parodontale {adj} [anatomy]  :: periodontal
parodonto {m} [anatomy]  :: periodontium
parodontologia {f}  :: periodontology
parodontosi {f}  :: paradentosis
parola {f}  :: instruction or truth
parola {f}  :: speech (the ability to use vocalisations to communicate)
parola {f}  :: word (distinct unit of language)
parola {f}  :: word (something promised)
parolaccia {f}  :: swear word
parola chiave {f}  :: keyword
parola composta {f}  :: compound (linguistics: word formed by combining other words)
parola d'ordine {f} [computing, rare]  :: A password
parola d'ordine {f} [figuratively, military]  :: A password, a watchword
parolaia {f}  :: windbag (talkative woman)
parolaio {m}  :: windbag (talkative person)
parole {fp} [of a song]  :: lyrics, words
paroletta {f}  :: little word; chat (short, personal speech)
paroliera {f}  :: lyricist (female)
paroliere {m}  :: lyricist
parolina {f}  :: A short talk; a few words
parolona {f}  :: A long, or difficult word
paronichia {f} [pathology]  :: paronychia
parorale {adj}  :: paroral
parossismo {m}  :: height (of anger etc)
parossismo {m}  :: paroxysm
parossisticamente {adv}  :: paroxysmally
parossisticamente {adv}  :: violently
parossistico {adj}  :: paroxysmal
parossistico {adj}  :: violent
parossitona {f}  :: paroxytone
parossitonesi {f}  :: paroxytonesis
parossitonia {f}  :: paroxytonesis
parossitonico {adj}  :: paroxytone
parossitono {adj}  :: paroxytone
parotide {f} [anatomy]  :: parotid
parotideo {adj} [anatomy]  :: parotid (attributive), parotidean
parotite {f} [disease]  :: parotitis
paroxetina {f} [medicine]  :: paroxetine
parquet {m}  :: basketball court
parquet {m}  :: floor of the stock exchange
parquet {m}  :: parquet (wooden flooring)
parricida {f}  :: parricide (person)
parricidio {m}  :: parricide (act)
parrocchetto {m}  :: foretopmast
parrocchetto {m}  :: foretopsail
parrocchetto {m}  :: parakeet
parrocchetto cenerino {m}  :: African grey parrot
parrocchetto dal collare {m}  :: rose-ringed parakeet or ring-necked parakeet
parrocchia {f}  :: parish
parrocchia {f}  :: parish church
parrocchiale {adj}  :: parish (attributive), parochial
parrocchiale {f}  :: parish church
parrocchialità {f}  :: The property of being parochial
parrocchiana {f}  :: parishioner (female)
parrocchiano {m}  :: parishioner
parroco {m}  :: parish priest
parrucca {f}  :: wig
parruccaio {m}  :: wig maker or seller
parrucchiera {f}  :: hairdresser
parrucchino {m}  :: Small wig that only covers a bald patch
parruccone {m}  :: old fogey
Parìs {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Paride
parsec {m}  :: parsec
Parsifal {prop}  :: Percival
parsimonia {f}  :: thrift, thriftiness, frugality, sparingness, parsimony
parsimoniosamente {adv}  :: thriftily, sparingly, frugally
parsimonioso {adj}  :: thrifty, frugal, parsimonious, sparing
parsismo {m}  :: Parsiism, Parseeism
partaccia {f}  :: A demanding or unrewarding part (theatrical or cinema)
partaccia {f}  :: A telling-off
partaccia {f}  :: Unfair or reprehensible misconduct
parte {f}  :: deal
parte {f}  :: part
partecipabile {adj}  :: communicable
partecipando {v}  :: gerund of partecipare
partecipante {adj}  :: participating (in)
partecipante {adj}  :: taking part (in)
partecipante {mf}  :: competitor (sport)
partecipante {mf}  :: entrant (competition)
partecipante {mf}  :: participant
partecipare {vi}  :: to attend, to be present
partecipare {vi}  :: to take part in, to participate in, to share
partecipare {vt}  :: to inform, to acquaint
partecipare ad una bravata {v} [label, en, US]  :: To engage in mischief
partecipare ad una bravata {v}  :: to goof
partecipativamente {adv}  :: participatorily
partecipativo {adj}  :: participatory
partecipazione {f}  :: appearance (in a show etc)
partecipazione {f}  :: involvement (in a conspiracy etc)
partecipazione {f}  :: participation
partecipe {adj}  :: participating
parte civile {m}  :: plaintiff
parte del discorso {f} [grammar]  :: part of speech
parteggiamento {m}  :: The taking of sides or position
parteggiando {v}  :: gerund of parteggiare
parteggiare {vi}  :: To side (with); to take the side (of)
partenariato {m}  :: partnership (especially in politics or economics)
partendo {v}  :: gerund of partire
partenio {m}  :: feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium)
Partenio {prop}  :: Parthenius
parteno- {prefix}  :: parthen-
partenogenesi {f}  :: parthenogenesis
partenogeneticamente {adv}  :: parthenogenetically
partenogenetico {adj}  :: parthenogenetic
Partenone {prop}  :: Parthenon
partenopea {f}  :: Neapolitan (female)
partenopeo {adj}  :: Neapolitan
partenopeo {propm}  :: Neapolitan
partente {adj}  :: leaving, departing
partente {mf}  :: leaver, departing person
partente {mf} [sports]  :: starter
partenza {f}  :: blast-off (of a missile or rocket)
partenza {f}  :: departure, leaving, starting
partenza {f}  :: sailing (of a boat)
partenza {f} [sports]  :: start
partenza {f}  :: take-off (of a plane)
partibile {adj}  :: divisible
particella {f} [grammar, physics]  :: particle
particella elementare {f} [physics]  :: elementary particle
particellare {adj}  :: particulate; particle (attributive)
particella subatomica {f} [physics]  :: subatomic particle
particella virtuale {f}  :: virtual particle
particina {f}  :: bit part, minor role
participio {m} [grammar]  :: participle
participio passato {m}  :: past participle
partico {adj}  :: Parthian
particola {f} [grammar]  :: particle
particola {f}  :: host (communion wafer)
particolar {adj}  :: apocopic form of particolare
particolare {adj}  :: (antonym of general) particular, private, personal
particolare {adj} [euphemistic, of a relationship]  :: homosexual
particolare {adj}  :: (unusual, special) singular, unusual, particular, special, distinctive
particolare {m}  :: detail, particular
particolareggiando {v}  :: gerund of particolareggiare
particolareggiare {vi}  :: To go into details
particolareggiare {vt}  :: To detail
particolareggiatamente {adv}  :: In a very detailed manner
particolareggiato {adj}  :: Very detailed
particolarismo {m}  :: particularism
particolarissimo {adj}  :: Very particular
particolarista {adj}  :: particularist
particolarista {f}  :: particularist
particolaristicamente {adv}  :: particularistically, with regard to particularism
particolaristico {adj}  :: particularistic
particolarità {f}  :: A particularity, peculiarity or feature
particolarizzando {v}  :: gerund of particolarizzare
particolarizzare {vt}  :: to make explicit
particolarizzare {vt}  :: to specify in detail, particularize
particolarmente {adv}  :: particularly
particolato {m} [ecology]  :: particulate
partigianamente {adv}  :: passionately, ardently
partigianeria {f}  :: partisanship
partigianesco {adj}  :: partisan
partigianesco {adj}  :: tendentious
partigiano {adj}  :: partisan
partigiano {m}  :: by antonomasia, a member of the Italian resistance movement in World War II
partigiano {m}  :: partisan
parti intime {n} [plurale tantum]  :: privates, genitals, sex organs
partir {v}  :: apocopic form of partire
partire {v}  :: depart, leave
partita {f} [accounting]  :: entry, item
partita {f}  :: (commerce) lot, parcel, batch, stock
partita {f} [sports]  :: match, game
partita doppia {f} [bookkeeping]  :: double-entry (a method of bookkeeping in which each transaction is entered in two accounts, for debits and for credits)
partitario {m}  :: ledger
partita semplice {f} [Accounting]  :: single-entry (bookkeeping in one account)
partita tra squadre locali {f}  :: local derby
partitella {f} [sports]  :: friendly match, exhibition match
partiticamente {adv}  :: according to (political) party; on a party basis
partiticità {f}  :: party-mindedness
partitico {adj} [politics]  :: party (attributive)
partitino {m}  :: A minor political party
partitismo {m}  :: party politics
partitissima {f} [football]  :: An important or decisive match
partitivo {adj} [grammar]  :: partitive
partito {adj} [heraldry]  :: party; divided into two equal parts vertically, per pale
partito {m}  :: (political group) party, political party
partito {m}  :: (possible wife or husband) match, catch
partito {m}  :: (resolution) resolution, decision
partitocratico {adj}  :: dominated by political parties
partitocrazia {f}  :: government by political parties, particracy
partitone {m}  :: A big match
partitone {m}  :: A big political party
partitore {m}  :: partition, divider
partitura {f} [music]  :: score
partitura {f} [rare]  :: partition, division
partizionamento {m} [computing, ]  :: partitioning, disk partitioning
partizionando {v}  :: gerund of partizionare
partizionare {vt} [computing, ]  :: To partition
partizionato {adj}  :: partitioned
partizione {f}  :: partition, division
partner {mf}  :: partner (all senses)
parto {adj}  :: Parthian
parto {m}  :: childbirth, labour, parturition
parto {m}  :: Parthian
parto podalico {m}  :: breech birth
partorendo {v}  :: gerund of partorire
partoriente {f}  :: woman in labour
partorire {vt}  :: to give birth to
partorire {vt}  :: to produce
party {m}  :: party (social gathering)
parure {f}  :: A set of matching lingerie or jewellery
parusia {f}  :: parousia
parvalbumina {f} [protein]  :: parvalbumin
parvenu {m}  :: parvenu
parvenza {f}  :: semblance
parvocellulare {adj}  :: parvocellular
parziale {adj}  :: biased
parziale {adj}  :: partial, limited
parzialità {f}  :: bias (towards or against)
parzialità {f}  :: partiality
parzializzabile {adj}  :: divisible into parts
parzializzando {v}  :: gerund of parzializzare
parzializzare {vt}  :: to divide into parts
parzializzatore {m}  :: shutter
parzialmente {adv}  :: partially, partly, semi-
parzialmente scremato {adj}  :: semi-skimmed
parziarietà {f}  :: partition (state of being partitioned)
parziario {adj}  :: partitioned (divided into parts)
pascal {m}  :: pascal
Pascarella {prop}  :: Italian surname
pascendo {v}  :: gerund of pascere
pascendosi {v}  :: gerund of pascersi
pascer {v}  :: apocopic form of pascere
pascere {vi}  :: To graze
pascere {vt}  :: To graze on
pascersi {vr}  :: ‎ To feed (on)
pascià {m} [historical]  :: pasha
pascialato {m}  :: pashadom
pascialato {m}  :: pashaship
pasciuto {adj}  :: well-fed
pasco {m}  :: feeding
pasco {m}  :: food
pasco {m}  :: pasture
pascolando {v}  :: gerund of pascolare
pascolare {vi}  :: To graze or crop (to eat grass or herbage in the fields)
pascolare {vt}  :: To graze or pasture (put animals out to grass)
pascolatico {m}  :: The right to graze animals (on common land)
pascolativo {adj}  :: pasture (attributive)
pascolo {m}  :: grazing
pascolo {m}  :: pasture
Pascqua {prop}  :: Common misspelling of Pasqua
Pascua {prop}  :: Common misspelling of Pasqua
Pasifae {prop}  :: Pasiphae
pasionaria {f}  :: A female fighter in a left-wing organization
Pasolini {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pasolini {prop}  :: Pier Paolo Pasolini - film director, journalist etc
pasqua {f}  :: Passover (Jewish festival)
Pasqua {f}  :: Easter
pasquale {adj}  :: Easter (attribute), paschal
Pasquale {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Pascal
pasquarosa {f}  :: Whitsun, Whitsunday
pasquetta {f}  :: Easter Monday
Pasquetta {prop}  :: Easter Monday
pasquinata {f}  :: pasquinade
Pasquino {prop}  :: A talking statue in Rome
passabanda {adj}  :: band-pass
passabile {adj}  :: passable, acceptable, not bad, goodish
passabilmente {adv}  :: passably, quite well
passacaglia {f}  :: passacaglia
passacarte {mf}  :: paper-pusher
passacavo {m} [nautical]  :: fairlead
passafili {m}  :: thread carrier
passaggio {m}  :: aisle
passaggio {m}  :: passage, passing, gap
passaggio {m}  :: route
passaggio {m} [sports]  :: pass
passaggio {m}  :: traffic
passaggio {m}  :: transfer, transition
passaggio a livello {m}  :: level crossing, grade crossing
passamaneria {f}  :: braid, trimming
passamano {m}  :: braid
passamontagna {m}  :: balaclava
passanastro {mf}  :: bodkin
passando {v}  :: gerund of passare
passandosi {v}  :: gerund of passarsi
passante {adj} [heraldry]  :: passant
passante {adj}  :: passing, through
passante {mf}  :: passerby
passante {m}  :: loop (of a belt)
passante {m}  :: railway link
passante {m}  :: road link, bypass road
passaparola {m}  :: A cordless telephone
passaparola {m}  :: An order, repeated in a low voice, from one soldier to another in a series; Chinese whispers
passaparola {m}  :: grapevine (spontaneous communication between a group of people)
passapatate {mf}  :: potato masher
passaporto {m}  :: passport
passare {vi}  :: to pass
passare {vi}  :: to stop by
passare {v}  :: to spend (time)
passare {vt}  :: to pass something
passare {vt}  :: to swipe (scan or register by sliding something through a reader)
passare le acque {v}  :: To take the waters
passarsela {v}  :: to stay alive
passarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of passare
passarsi {vr}  :: to exchange things between people
passarsi {vr}  :: to infect [members of one's family, etc.]
passaruota {m} [automobiles]  :: wheelhouse
passata {f}  :: glance, look
passata {f}  :: puree
passata {f}  :: tomato purée, pureed tomatoes
passatello {adj}  :: elderly
passatello {m}  :: (especially in plural) A form of pasta served in a broth
passatempo {m}  :: pastime, hobby
passatismo {m}  :: traditionalism
passatista {f}  :: traditionalist
passatistico {adj}  :: antiquated
passato {adj}  :: last
passato {adj}  :: past
passato {m} [grammar]  :: past tense, past
passato {m}  :: past (time before the present)
passato {m}  :: purée (especially of tomato)
passatoia {f}  :: runner (long, narrow carpet for stairs or hall)
passatoio {m}  :: stepping stone
passato prossimo {m} [grammar]  :: The past tense
passatore {m}  :: ferryman
passatore {m}  :: guide
passatore {m} [sports]  :: passer
passato remoto {m} [grammar]  :: past historic tense, past historic
passatutto {m}  :: Variant of passaverdura
passaverdura {n}  :: food mill, vegetable mill
Passavia {prop}  :: Passau
passavivande {m}  :: hatch
passavivande {m}  :: service hatch (in a restaurant etc)
passeggero {adj}  :: passing
passeggero {adj}  :: transient
passeggero {m}  :: passenger
passeggiando {v}  :: gerund of passeggiare
passeggiare {vi}  :: to walk, to take a walk, to promenade, to stroll
passeggiare {vt}  :: to walk
passeggiata {f}  :: (act) walk, stroll, promenade
passeggiata {f} [colloquial, easy activity]  :: piece of cake, cinch, doddle, picnic
passeggiata {f}  :: (place) public walk, promenade
passeggiatina {f}  :: Short stroll
passeggiatore {m}  :: walker
passeggiatrice {f}  :: streetwalker, prostitute
passeggiero {adj}  :: alternative form of passeggero
passeggino {m}  :: (baby stroller) stroller, pushchair
passeggio {m}  :: (place) public walk, promenade
passeggio {m}  :: (the act of walking/strolling) walk, stroll, promenade
passendo {v}  :: gerund of passire
passepartout {m}  :: alternative spelling of passe-partout
passe-partout {m}  :: mat (thick paper or paperboard border used to inset and center the contents of a frame)
passe-partout {m}  :: skeleton key, master key
passera {f}  :: hedge sparrow, dunnock
passera {f} [slang]  :: pussy (pubic hair)
passeraceo {adj} [ornithology]  :: passerine
passera d'Italia {f}  :: Italian sparrow
passera lagia {n}  :: rock sparrow
passera mattugia {n}  :: tree sparrow (Passer montanus)
passera sarda {f}  :: Spanish sparrow
passera scopaiola {f}  :: dunnock
passera spagnola {f}  :: Spanish sparrow
passerella {f}  :: catwalk
passerella {f}  :: footbridge, walkway, boardwalk
passerella {f}  :: gangway (of a ship)
passerella {f}  :: runway (a narrow platform extending from a stage on which people walk, especially used by models in fashion shows)
passerella d'imbarco {f}  :: gangway
passeriforme {m} [ornithology]  :: passerine
passero {m}  :: sparrow
passero domestico {m}  :: house sparrow
passero italiano {m}  :: Italian sparrow
passero lagio {n}  :: rock sparrow
passero mattugio {n}  :: tree sparrow (Passer montanus)
passero solitario {m}  :: blue rock thrush
passerotto {m}  :: A young sparrow
passettino {m}  :: A small step
passibile {adj}  :: liable, subject
passibilità {f}  :: liability
passiflora {f}  :: passionflower (of genus Passiflora)
passino {m}  :: sieve, strainer
passionale {adj}  :: of passion
passionale {adj}  :: passionate, excitable
passionalità {f}  :: passionality (the essence of passion)
passionalmente {adv}  :: passionately, excitably
passionalmente {adv}  :: with passion
passionario {m}  :: passionary
passionatamente {adv}  :: passionately
passionato {adj}  :: passionate (in all senses)
passione {f}  :: bug
passione {f}  :: fervour, enthusiasm
passione {f}  :: passion, love, addiction
passione {f}  :: suffering, grief, (religion) passion
passionista {m}  :: Passionist
passire {vi}  :: Variant of appassire
passista {f} [cycle racing]  :: all-rounder, rouleur
passito {m}  :: Any of several more alcoholic wines obtained by first drying the grapes on rush matting
passivamente {adv}  :: passively
passivando {v}  :: gerund of passivare
passivante {adj} [grammar]  :: passive
passivare {vt} [chemistry]  :: To passivate
passivazione {f} [chemistry]  :: passivation
passivismo {m}  :: passivism
passività {f}  :: liabilities
passività {f}  :: passivity, passiveness
passivo {adj}  :: passive
passivo {m} [business]  :: liabilities
passivo {m} [grammar]  :: passive voice
passo {m}  :: footprint
passo {m}  :: footstep (sound)
passo {m}  :: gauge (film size)
passo {m}  :: pace
passo {m}  :: passage (of text)
passo {m}  :: pitch (distance between evenly spaced objects)
passo {m}  :: step
passo {m}  :: wheelbase
passo a passo {adv}  :: step by step, little by little, gradually
passo carrabile {m}  :: A section of pavement (sidewalk) between the entrance to a building and the roadway, often having a bevelled kerb, over which motor vehicles are allowed to travel
passo carrabile {m}  :: A sign, usually on the entrance, warning of this official designation, implying no parking
passo di lumaca {m}  :: snail's pace (idiomatic) A very slow pace
password {f} [computing]  :: password
pasta {f}  :: cake, tart
pasta {f}  :: dough
pasta {f}  :: pasta, noodles
pasta {f}  :: paste
pasta {f}  :: texture
pasta abrasiva {f}  :: abrasive paste (for polishing or grinding)
pasta acida {f}  :: sourdough
pasta alimentare {f}  :: edible pasta (legal definition - often having to be made from specified flour and to have specified characteristics)
pasta all'uovo {f}  :: egg pasta
pasta asciutta {f}  :: Variant of pastasciutta
pasta brisée {f}  :: pâte brisée (shortcrust pastry made with butter)
pasta chimica {f}  :: wood paste (for making paper)
pasta con le sarde {n}  :: a Sicilian dish of pasta served with a sauce containing sardines, anchovies, fennel, raisins, pine nuts and saffron
pasta cresciuta {f}  :: A form of batter used to coat food before deep frying
pasta da carta {f}  :: wood paste (or paste from recycled paper; used to make paper and cardboard)
pasta di alluminio {f}  :: Finely triturated aluminium used for making metallic paint
pasta di fondo {f} [geology]  :: The matrix of fine particles the fills the space between mineral particles in rocks
pasta di legno {f}  :: wood paste (for making paper)
pasta di mandorle {f}  :: almond paste
pasta di paglia {f}  :: A paste obtained by the chemical treatment of straw - used to make cardboard etc
pasta di stracci {f}  :: A paste made from treating rags; used for making paper etc
pasta di vetro {f}  :: metal (molten glass, cooled enough to be formed into articles)
pasta d'uomo {f}  :: a good man
pasta e fagioli {n}  :: a soup made with pasta and cannellini beans
pasta fresca {f}  :: fresh pasta (that takes just a couple of minutes to boil)
pasta frolla {f}  :: shortcrust pastry
pastafrolla {f}  :: alternative form of pasta frolla
pasta glutinata {f}  :: Dietary pasta rich in gluten
pastaia {f}  :: pasta maker (female)
pastaia {f}  :: pasta seller (female)
pastaia {f}  :: worker at a pasta factory (female)
pastaio {m}  :: pasta maker
pastaio {m}  :: pasta seller
pastaio {m}  :: worker at a pasta factory
pasta madre {f}  :: sourdough
pastasciutta {f}  :: pasta
pastasciuttaia {f}  :: big pasta eater (female)
pastasciuttaio {m}  :: big pasta eater
pasta sfoglia {f}  :: puff pastry, flaky pastry
pastasfoglia {f}  :: alternative form of pasta sfoglia
pastecca {f} [nautical]  :: A type of pulley block that opens on hinges to allow quick access to the rope
pasteggiabile {adj}  :: table (attributive, of a wine)
pasteggiando {v}  :: gerund of pasteggiare
pasteggiare {vi}  :: To consume a meal (with)
pastella {f}  :: batter
pastellista {f} [arts]  :: pastellist
pastello {adj}  :: pastel
pastello {m} [arts]  :: pastel
pastellone {f}  :: A type of hard flooring similar to terrazzo
pastetta {f}  :: Variant of pastella
pasticca {f}  :: tablet, pill, lozenge
pasticcera {f}  :: Variant of pasticciera
pasticcere {m}  :: Variant of pasticciere
pasticceria {f}  :: cakes and pastries
pasticceria {f}  :: cake shop, confectioner's (shop)
pasticceria {f}  :: confectionery
pasticciaccio {m} [colloquial]  :: awful mess
pasticciando {v}  :: gerund of pasticciare
pasticciare {vi}  :: To make a mess, to muddle
pasticciare {vt}  :: To mess up or make a mess of
pasticciera {f}  :: confectioner (female)
pasticciera {f}  :: pastrymaker (female)
pasticciere {m}  :: confectioner
pasticciere {m}  :: pastrymaker
pasticcino {m}  :: petit four
pasticcio {m}  :: jam
pasticcio {m}  :: mess
pasticcio {m}  :: pastiche
pasticcio {m}  :: pie, pasty
pasticciona {f}  :: bungler
pasticciona {f}  :: butterfingers
pasticciona {f}  :: messy person
pasticcione {adj}  :: bungling
pasticcione {adj}  :: clumsy
pasticcione {m}  :: bungler
pasticcione {m}  :: butterfingers
pasticcione {m}  :: messy person
pastiera {f}  :: pastiera
pastificando {v}  :: gerund of pastificare
pastificare {vi}  :: To make pasta (especially as an industrial process)
pastificatore {m}  :: pasta maker (commercial)
pastificazione {f}  :: pasta making (commercial)
pastificio {m}  :: pasta factory
pastiglia {f}  :: pastille, lozenge
pastiglietta {f}  :: a small pastille or lozenge
pastina {f}  :: Small piece of pasta used in soups etc
pastinaca {f}  :: parsnip (plant or vegetable)
pastinaca {f}  :: stingray
pastinaca comune {f}  :: stingray
Pastine {prop}  :: Italian surname
pasto {m}  :: meal
pastocchia {f}  :: deception
pastocchia {f}  :: lie
pastoia {f}  :: fetters, shackles
pastoia {f}  :: hobble
pastone {m}  :: Chicken feed
pastone {m}  :: hodgepodge
pastone {m}  :: Mush
pastora {f}  :: shepherd (female)
pastorale {adj}  :: bucolic
pastorale {adj}  :: pastoral
pastorale {adj}  :: rural
pastorale {f} [music]  :: pastorale
pastorale {f}  :: pastoral (letter)
pastorale {m}  :: crook, crosier
pastoralmente {adv}  :: bucolically
pastoralmente {adv}  :: pastorally
pastore {m}  :: minister, pastor, parson (a protestant minister)
pastore {m}  :: shepherd
pastorella {f} [music]  :: A type of song sung by troubadors about young shepherdesses
pastorella {f} [music]  :: Christmas music played on the bagpipes through the street, on on the organ in church
pastorella {f}  :: Young shepherdess
pastorello {m}  :: shepherd boy
pastore tedesco {m}  :: German shepherd, Alsatian
pastorizia {f}  :: The rearing of sheep; shepherding
pastorizio {adj}  :: sheep-rearing (attributive)
pastorizzando {v}  :: gerund of pastorizzare
pastorizzare {vt}  :: to pasteurize
pastorizzato {adj}  :: pasteurized
pastorizzatore {m}  :: pasteurizer (machine or its operator)
pastorizzazione {f}  :: pasteurization
pastosità {f}  :: doughiness
pastoso {adj}  :: dense
pastoso {adj}  :: doughy, pasty
pastoso {adj}  :: mellow
pastrano {m}  :: greatcoat
pastrocchiare {v}  :: to muddle
pastrocchio {m}  :: hotchpotch
pastrocchio {m}  :: muddle
pastura {f}  :: bait (for fish)
pastura {f}  :: pasture, grazing
pasturale {adj}  :: pastoral
pasturale {m}  :: pastern (bone)
pasturando {v}  :: gerund of pasturare
pasturare {vt}  :: To pasture or graze
paté {m}  :: pâté, pate
-pata {suffix}  :: -path
patacca {f}  :: grease spot or stain
patacca {f}  :: junk, piece of junk, fake
patacca {f}  :: medal, decoration
pataccaro {m}  :: duffer, swindler
pataccata {f}  :: swindle, fraud
pataccone {m}  :: junk (fake object)
pataccone {m}  :: slob
pataffio {m}  :: alternative form of epitaffio
patafisica {n}  :: pataphysics
patagio {m}  :: patagium
patagone {adj}  :: Patagonian
patagone {mf}  :: Patagonian
patapum {m}  :: boom (noise)
patapum {m}  :: thud, bang
pataracchio {m}  :: alternative form of pateracchio
pataria {f}  :: An eleventh-century religious movement
patarino {adj}  :: Paterine
patarino {m}  :: Paterine
patata {f}  :: potato
patata {f} [slang]  :: pussy (vagina)
patata americana {f}  :: sweet potato
patata dolce {f}  :: sweet potato
patate fritte {fp}  :: french fries, fries, chips
patatina {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: chip (UK), French fry (US)
patatine fritte {n}  :: french fries, fries, chips
patatrac {m}  :: collapse, cave-in
patatrac {m}  :: crash (sound and event)
patatucco {m}  :: simpleton, blockhead
patavinità {f}  :: Patavine character or quality
patavino {adj}  :: Paduan
patavino {adj}  :: Patavine
patchwork {m}  :: patchwork (all senses)
patella {f} [mollusk]  :: limpet
patella {f} [skeleton]  :: patella, kneecap, rotula
patellare {adj} [skeleton]  :: patellar
patema {m}  :: anxiety
patena {f}  :: paten
patendo {v}  :: gerund of patire
patentato {adj}  :: licensed, certified
patentato {adj}  :: permitted
patentato {adj}  :: utter, thorough, patent (nonsense etc)
patente {adj}  :: obvious
patente {f}  :: licence, permit
patente di guida {f}  :: driver's license
patentemente {adv}  :: evidently, clearly, openly, patently
patentino {m}  :: temporary or provisional licence
pateracchio {m}  :: muddle
pateracchio {m}  :: pact, covenant (especially a type of marriage contract)
paterazzo {m} [nautical]  :: backstay
patereccio {m}  :: whitlow, paronychia
paternale {f}  :: rebuke, reprimand, scolding
paternalismo {m}  :: paternalism
paternalista {adj}  :: paternalistic, paternalist
paternalista {f}  :: paternalist
paternalisticamente {adv}  :: paternalistically
paternalistico {adj}  :: paternalistic
paternamente {adv}  :: paternally, fatherly
paternità {f}  :: authorship
paternità {f}  :: paternity, fatherhood, parenthood
paterno {adj}  :: paternal, father's, fatherly
paternostro {m}  :: paternoster
paternostro {m}  :: rosary
pateticamente {adv}  :: pathetically
pateticità {f}  :: pathetic character
patetico {adj}  :: sentimental
patetico {adj}  :: with pathos (not 'pathetic' in the sense of feeble)
patetico {m}  :: sentimentalism
-patia {suffix}  :: (feeling or passion) -pathy
-patia {suffix} [pathology, abnormal state]  :: -pathy
patibile {adj}  :: tolerable
patibolare {adj}  :: gallows (attributive)
patibolare {adj}  :: sinister
patibolo {m}  :: scaffold, gallows
-patico {suffix}  :: -pathic
patimento {m}  :: suffering
patina {f}  :: A coat, film, glaze, size, patina
patina {f}  :: A patina (of age)
patinando {v}  :: gerund of patinare
patinare {vt}  :: To coat, glaze, size or patinate
patinato {adj}  :: fake
patinato {adj}  :: glossy, glazed, coated, slick, patinated
patinatore {m}  :: sizer (in paper making)
patinatrice {f}  :: sizer (machine)
patinatura {f}  :: coating, glazing (of paper)
patinatura {f}  :: patination
patinoso {adj}  :: furred
patinoso {adj}  :: patinated
patire {vt}  :: To suffer (from) or endure
patito {adj}  :: run down, wan
patito {m}  :: fan, lover [of a sport, etc.]
pato- {prefix}  :: patho-
patofisiologia {f} [pathology]  :: pathophysiology
patofisiologico {adj} [pathology]  :: pathophysiologic, pathophysiological
patofobia {f}  :: pathophobia
patogenesi {f}  :: pathogenesis
patogenetico {adj}  :: pathogenetic
patogenicità {f}  :: pathogenicity
patogenico {adj}  :: pathogenic
patogeno {adj}  :: pathogenic
patogeno {m} [immunology, pathology]  :: pathogen
patognomonico {adj}  :: pathognomonic
patois {m}  :: patois
patologa {f}  :: pathologist (female)
patologia {f}  :: (branch of medicine) pathology
patologia {f}  :: disease, pathology
patologia {f}  :: malfunction, pathology
patologicamente {adv}  :: pathologically
patologico {adj}  :: pathological, pathologic
patologo {m} [medicine]  :: pathologist
patos {m}  :: pathos
Patrasso {prop}  :: Patras
patre {m}  :: obsolete form of padre
patria {f}  :: fatherland
patria {f}  :: homeland
patria {f}  :: one's native land or country
patriarca {m}  :: patriarch
patriarcale {adj}  :: patriarchal
patriarcato {m}  :: patriarchy
patrigno {m}  :: stepfather
patrilignaggio {m}  :: patrilineage
patrilineare {adj}  :: patrilineal
patrilinearità {f}  :: patrilineality
patrilocale {adj}  :: patrilocal
patrilocalità {f}  :: patrilocality
patrimoniale {adj}  :: patrimonial
patrimonialmente {adv}  :: patrimonially
patrimonio {m}  :: estate, property
patrimonio {m}  :: fortune
patrimonio {m}  :: heritage
patrimonio {m}  :: wealth
patrio {adj}  :: native
patrio {adj}  :: of one's country
patrio {adj}  :: paternal
patrionimico {adj}  :: patrionymic
patrionimico {m}  :: patrionym
patriota {f}  :: patriot
patriotico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of patriottico
patriotta {f}  :: alternative spelling of patriota
patriottardo {adj}  :: jingoistic
patriotticamente {adv}  :: patriotically
patriottico {adj}  :: patriotic
patriottismo {m}  :: patriotism
patristica {f}  :: patristics
patristico {adj}  :: patristic
Patrizia {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to Patricia
patriziato {m}  :: aristocracy
patriziato {m}  :: patriciate
patrizio {adj}  :: patrician
patrizio {m}  :: patrician
Patrizio {prop}  :: Patrick
patrocinando {v}  :: gerund of patrocinare
patrocinare {vt} [legal, business]  :: to defend, patronize
patrocinare {vt}  :: to support [a candidate, etc.]
patrocinatore {m} [legal]  :: defence counsel, defence attorney
patrocinatore {m}  :: sponsor, supporter, patron
patrocinio {m}  :: patronage
Patroclo {prop}  :: Patroclus
patrollatore {m}  :: patroller
patrologia {f}  :: patrology
patrologico {adj}  :: patrological, patrologic
patrologo {m}  :: patrologist
patron {m}  :: patron (of a sports event etc)
patron {m}  :: pattern (paper, for knitting)
patrona {f}  :: patron saint
patronale {adj}  :: patron (attributive)
patronale {adj}  :: patron saint (attributive)
patronato {m}  :: patronage
patronessa {f}  :: patroness
patronimia {f}  :: patronymy
patronimico {adj}  :: patronymic
patronimico {m}  :: patronymic
patrono {m}  :: A patron, supporter or protector
patrono {m}  :: (Feminine patrona) A patron saint
patrono {m}  :: (Feminine patronessa) A benefactor, a patron
patta {f}  :: draw, tie (sports)
patta {f}  :: flap (of a pocket)
patta {f}  :: fly (of trousers)
patteggiabile {adj}  :: negotiable
patteggiamento {m}  :: bargaining
patteggiamento {m} [legal]  :: plea bargaining
patteggiando {v}  :: gerund of patteggiare
patteggiare {vit}  :: to (come to a) compromise
patteggiare {vit}  :: to negotiate (with)
patteggiatore {m}  :: negotiator
pattina {f} [especially, in plural]  :: A felt pad worn on the feet when walking on a polished floor
pattina {f}  :: potholder
pattinaggio {m}  :: skating
pattinando {v}  :: gerund of pattinare
pattinare {vi}  :: to skate
pattinare {vi}  :: to skid
pattinatoio {m}  :: ice rink
pattinatoio {m}  :: roller skating rink
pattinatore {m}  :: skater (person who skates)
pattinatrice {f}  :: skater (female person who skates)
pattino {m} [obsolete]  :: A slipper or a similar piece of footwear
pattino {m}  :: pedalo
pattino {m}  :: skate
pattino {m}  :: skid
pattinodromo {m}  :: skating rink
pattiziamente {adv}  :: pactionally
pattizio {adj}  :: pactional
patto {m}  :: pact, agreement
pattona {f}  :: polenta made from chestnut-flour
pattuendo {v}  :: gerund of pattuire
pattuglia {f}  :: patrol
pattugliamento {m}  :: patrolling
pattugliando {v}  :: gerund of pattugliare
pattugliare {vt}  :: To patrol
pattugliatore {m}  :: patrolman
pattuire {vt}  :: To agree, settle, negotiate or stipulate
pattuito {adj}  :: agreed, settled, stipulated
pattuito {m}  :: terms, agreement, agreed sum
pattuizione {f}  :: agreement, pact
pattume {m}  :: garbage, trash, rubbish
pattumiera {f}  :: garbage can, trash can, rubbish bin
patulina {f} [organic compound]  :: patulin
paturnie {n}  :: angst, blues, dumps
paucità {f}  :: paucity
paulista {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to São Paulo or its inhabitants
paulista {adj}  :: Pauline
paulista {f}  :: Native or inhabitant of São Paulo
paulonia {f}  :: foxglove tree (of genus Paulownia)
pauperismo {m}  :: pauperism
pauperistico {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to pauperism; pauperistic
paupero {m}  :: pauper
paura {f}  :: fear
paura {f}  :: worry, anxiety
paurosamente {adv}  :: fearfully
paurosamente {adv}  :: frighteningly
pauroso {adj}  :: fearful, scary
pauroso {adj}  :: frightful, shocking, incredible, terrible
pausa {f} [music]  :: rest
pausa {f}  :: pause, break, stop, interval
Pausania {prop}  :: Pausanias
Pausini {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pausini {prop}  :: Laura Pausini, Italian singer
pavé {m}  :: cobblestone
pavé {m}  :: cobblestone road
Pavarotti {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pavarotti {prop}  :: Luciano Pavarotti, Italian lyrical singer
paventando {v}  :: gerund of paventare
paventare {v}  :: to dread
paventato {adj}  :: dreaded
paventoso {adj} [literary]  :: timorous, timid, fearful
pavesando {v}  :: gerund of pavesare
pavesare {vt} [nautical]  :: to dress [with flags]
pavesare {vt}  :: to decorate, deck, adorn
pavesata {f} [nautical]  :: bunting, flags
pavese {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Pavia or its inhabitants
pavese {m}  :: bunting (decoration)
pavese {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Pavia
Pavia {prop}  :: Pavia (province)
Pavia {prop}  :: Pavia (town)
pavidamente {adv}  :: fearfully, timidly, pavidly
pavidità {f}  :: fearfulness, timidity
pavido {adj}  :: fearful, timid, pavid
pavimentale {adj}  :: floor (attributive)
pavimentando {v}  :: gerund of pavimentare
pavimentare {vt}  :: to floor
pavimentare {vt}  :: to pave
pavimentatore {m}  :: paver, paviour (person)
pavimentatrice {f}  :: paver (road paving machine)
pavimentazione {f}  :: flooring
pavimentazione {f}  :: paving
pavimentazione {f}  :: tessellation
pavimentista {m}  :: paver, paviour (person)
pavimento {m}  :: floor
pavimentoso {adj} [anatomy]  :: squamous
pavimentoso {adj}  :: scale or tile (attributive)
pavloviano {adj}  :: Pavlovian
pavona {f}  :: peahen
pavonazzo {adj}  :: alternative form of paonazzo
pavoncella {f}  :: lapwing or peewit
pavone {m}  :: peacock, peafowl
Pavone {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pavone {prop}  :: Rita Pavone, Italian actress and singer
pavone blu {m}  :: Indian peafowl or common peafowl
pavone comune {m}  :: Indian peafowl or common peafowl
pavoneggiando {v}  :: gerund of pavoneggiarsi
pavoneggiandosi {v}  :: gerund of pavoneggiarsi
pavoneggiarsi {vr}  :: to show off, swagger
pavoneggiarsi {vr}  :: to strut about
pavonesco {adj}  :: showoff (attributive)
pavonessa {f}  :: peahen
pavonia {f}  :: emperor moth (of genus Saturnia)
pavonia {f}  :: peacock's tail (Padina pavonica)
pazientando {v}  :: gerund of pazientare
pazientare {vi}  :: To be patient
paziente {adj}  :: patient
paziente {mf}  :: patient
pazientemente {adv}  :: patiently, with patience
pazientina {f}  :: A type of rich cake, from Padova, having layers flavoured with almonds, chocolate and zabaglione sauce
pazienza {f}  :: patience, endurance, forbearance
pazzamente {adv}  :: madly, crazily
pazzerello {adj}  :: capricious
pazzerello {adj}  :: loony
pazzerellone {m}  :: madcap
pazzescamente {adv}  :: madly, wildly, foolishly
pazzesco {adj}  :: crazy, insane
pazzesco {adj}  :: great, fantastic, terrific, fabulous
pazzia {f}  :: madness, lunacy
pazziando {v}  :: gerund of pazziare
pazziare {v}  :: To play the fool
pazzo {adj}  :: crazy, insane
pazzo {m}  :: madman
pazzoide {adj}  :: crazy, whacky; madcap (attributive)
pazzoide {mf}  :: madcap, nutcase
PCI {prop}  :: Partito Comunista Italiano (Italian Communist Party)
PCR {initialism}  :: CRP
PE {prop}  :: abbreviation of Pescara (city in Abruzzo)
peana {f}  :: paean
Peano {prop}  :: Italian surname
Peano {prop}  :: Giuseppe Peano, Italian mathematician
pebrina {f}  :: pébrine
pecari {m}  :: peccary
pecca {f}  :: flaw, fault, defect
peccabile {adj} [literary]  :: fallible
peccaminosamente {adv}  :: sinfully
peccaminosità {f}  :: sinfulness
peccaminoso {adj}  :: sinful, wicked
peccando {v}  :: gerund of peccare
peccare {vi}  :: to sin
peccato {interj}  :: what a shame!; what a pity!
peccato {m}  :: bummer (singular only, as in è un peccato)
peccato {m}  :: sin
peccato originale {m}  :: original sin
peccatore {m}  :: sinner
peccatrice {f}  :: sinner (female)
peccatuccio {m}  :: peccadillo (small fault)
pecchero {m} [heraldry]  :: A covered cup
pecchia {f} [zoology]  :: bee
pecchiaiolo {m}  :: honey buzzard
pecchione {m}  :: drone (male bee)
peccio {m}  :: spruce
pece {f}  :: pitch (resinous material)
pecetta {f}  :: A greasy stain on clothing
pecetta {f}  :: A patch
pecetta {f}  :: A small black rectangle used to cover offending parts of a newspaper photograph
pechblenda {f}  :: pitchblende
pechinese {adj}  :: Pekingese
pechinese {m}  :: Pekingese
pechinese {m}  :: Pekingese (person)
Pechino {prop}  :: Beijing, Peking
pecioso {adj}  :: pitchy
pecora {f}  :: ewe
pecora {f} [figuratively]  :: sheep, milksop
pecora {f}  :: sheep
pecoraggine {f}  :: conventionality, conformity
pecoraggine {f}  :: cowardice and stupidity
pecoraia {f}  :: shepherd (female)
pecoraio {m}  :: shepherd
pecorame {f}  :: flock of sheep (in a pejorative sense)
pecorame {f}  :: Variant of pecorume
pecorara {f}  :: (Variant of: pecoraia) shepherd (female)
pecoraro {m}  :: (Variant of: pecoraio) shepherd
pecoreccio {adj} [figuratively]  :: coarse, vulgar
pecoreccio {adj}  :: sheep (attributive)
pecoreccio {m} [figuratively]  :: troubled situation, quagmire
pecoreccio {m}  :: sheep droppings
pecorella {f}  :: Diminutive of pecora, lamb (animal)
pecorescamente {adv}  :: sheepishly, docilely
pecoresco {adj}  :: sheeplike, sheepish
pecorile {adj} [figuratively]  :: sheeplike, sheepish
pecorile {adj}  :: sheep (attributive)
pecorile {m}  :: fold (enclosure for sheep)
pecorile {m}  :: sheep droppings
pecorina {f}  :: doggy style (sex position)
pecorina {f}  :: lamb
pecorina {f}  :: little sheep
pecorina {f}  :: on all fours
pecorina {f}  :: parchment, vellum
pecorina {f}  :: sheep droppings
pecorino {adj} [attributively]  :: sheep
pecorino {adj} [figuratively]  :: sheeplike, sheepish
pecorino {m}  :: pecorino (cheese made with sheep milk)
pecorino romano {m}  :: a form of pecorino cheese originally from Rome
pecorino sardo {m}  :: a form of pecorino cheese from Sardinia
pecoro {m}  :: ram (male sheep)
pecoro {m}  :: servile and passive man; sheep
pecorone {m}  :: A gullible person
pecorone {m}  :: ram (male sheep)
pecoroso {adj}  :: rich in pastures and sheep
pecorume {f}  :: cowardice, servility
pecorume {f}  :: servile people
pectasi {f} [enzyme]  :: pectase
pectico {adj}  :: pectic (all senses)
pectina {f} [carbohydrate]  :: pectin
pectinasi {f} [enzyme]  :: pectinase
pectineo {adj}  :: pectinate
peculato {m} [legal]  :: embezzlement
peculiare {adj}  :: peculiar (to)
peculiare {adj}  :: typical (of)
peculiare {adj}  :: whimsical
peculiarità {f}  :: peculiarity
peculiarmente {adv}  :: peculiarly, distinctively
peculio {m} [dated]  :: savings
peculio {m} [obsolete, figuratively]  :: herd
peculio {m} [obsolete]  :: livestock
peculio {m} [Roman law]  :: A small fortune whose management (but not property) is conceded by the head of household to a son or servant
pecuniariamente {adv}  :: financially, monetarily, pecuniarily
pecuniario {adj}  :: financial, monetary, pecuniary
pedaggiamento {m}  :: toll collecting
pedaggio {m}  :: toll
pedagna {f} [nautical]  :: (rowing) stretcher
pedagogia {f}  :: pedagogy
pedagogicamente {adv}  :: pedagogically
pedagogico {adj}  :: pedagogic
pedagogico {adj}  :: pedantic
pedagogista {f}  :: teacher, educator
pedagogo {m}  :: educator
pedagogo {m}  :: pedagogue
pedagogo {m}  :: pedant
pedalabile {adj}  :: rideable (of an ascent, with a bicycle)
pedalabilità {f}  :: Property of being rideable
pedalando {v}  :: gerund of pedalare
pedalare {vi}  :: To pedal
pedalata {f}  :: A push on the pedals
pedalatore {m} [cycle racing]  :: hard-working rider
pedalatore {m}  :: cyclist, pedal pusher
pedale {m}  :: pedal
pedale {m}  :: treadle
pedaleggiando {v}  :: gerund of pedaleggiare
pedaleggiare {vi} [music]  :: To use the pedals (of a piano, etc.)
pedaliera {f}  :: pedal keyboard, pedalboard
pedaliera {f}  :: rudder bar
pedaliera {f}  :: rudder pedals
pedalina {f}  :: platen
pedana {f} [fencing]  :: piste
pedana {f}  :: footrest
pedana {f}  :: springboard
pedana {f}  :: throwing circle (discus etc)
pedante {adj}  :: pedantic
pedante {mf}  :: pedant
pedante {mf}  :: schoolmaster
pedante {mf}  :: teacher
pedanteggiando {v}  :: gerund of pedanteggiare
pedanteggiare {vi}  :: To be pedantic
pedantemente {adv}  :: pedantically, fussily
pedanteria {f}  :: pedantry, fastidiousness
pedantesco {adj}  :: pedantic
pedata {f}  :: footprint, footmark
pedata {f}  :: kick
pedatorio {adj} [informal]  :: football (attributive)
pedecollina {f}  :: foothills (area at the foot of a hill/mountain)
pedecollinare {adj}  :: foothills (attributive)
pedemontano {adj}  :: piedmont
pederasta {m}  :: pederast
pederastico {adj}  :: pederastic
pederotico {adj}  :: pederastic (used especially to describe such poetry or literature)
pedestre {adj}  :: pedestrian
pedestremente {adv}  :: pedestrianly
pediatra {f}  :: pediatrician, paediatrician
pediatria {f} [medicine]  :: pediatrics, paediatrics
pediatricamente {adv}  :: pediatrically
pediatrico {adj}  :: pediatric, children's
pedice {m}  :: subscript
pedicellato {adj} [botany]  :: pedicellate
pedicello {m} [botany]  :: pedicel, peduncle, footstalk
pedicello {m} [obsolete]  :: a small worm
pedicello {m} [regional]  :: a small boil
pediculosi {f} [pathology]  :: pediculosis
pedicure {f}  :: pedicure
pediera {f}  :: footboard
pediluvio {m}  :: footbath
pedina {f}  :: draughtsman (piece in draughts)(checkers)
pedina {f}  :: pawn (chess)
pedina {f}  :: pawn (colloquial)(someone been manipulated)
pedina {f}  :: puppet
pedinamento {m}  :: shadowing, tailing, following, stalking
pedinando {v}  :: gerund of pedinare
pedinare {vt}  :: To shadow, to dog, to tail
pedinatore {m}  :: tail (one who surreptitiously follows another)
pedissequamente {adv}  :: literally
pedissequamente {adv}  :: servilely
pedissequamente {adv}  :: slavishly
pedissequo {adj}  :: literal (translation)
pedissequo {adj}  :: servile
pedissequo {adj}  :: slavish
pedivella {f}  :: pedal crank (of a bicycle)
pedo- {prefix}  :: paedo-, pedo-, relating to children
pedo- {prefix}  :: relating to soil, pedo-
pedocentrico {adj}  :: pedocentric, paedocentric
pedocentrismo {m}  :: pedocentrism, paedocentrism
pedodonzia {n}  :: paedodontics / pedodontics (pediatric dentistry)
pedofilia {f}  :: pedophilia / paedophilia
pedofilo {adj}  :: pedophilic / paedophilic
pedofilo {m}  :: pedophile / paedophile
pedogenesi {f}  :: pedogenesis (all senses)
pedogenetico {adj}  :: pedogenetic
pedologia {f}  :: pedology (all senses)
pedologico {adj}  :: pedologic (all senses)
pedologo {m}  :: pedologist (soil scientist)
pedometro {m}  :: pedometer
pedonabile {adj}  :: pedestrian
pedonabile {adj}  :: walkable
pedonale {adj}  :: pedestrian [attributive]
pedonalità {f}  :: pedestrian areas, roads or paths
pedonalizzando {v}  :: gerund of pedonalizzare
pedonalizzare {vt}  :: to pedestrianize
pedonalizzazione {f}  :: pedestrianization
pedone {m} [chess]  :: pawn
pedone {m}  :: pedestrian
pedopornografia {f}  :: child pornography
pedopornografico {adj}  :: child pornography (attributive)
pedosfera {f}  :: pedosphere
Pedrazzini {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pedroni {prop}  :: Italian surname
peduccio {m} [architecture]  :: corbel
peduccio {m}  :: paw (of a hare); hoof (of a sheep or goat); trotter (of a pig)
pedula {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: hiking or climbing boot
pedule {m}  :: foot (of a sock or stocking)
pedule {n}  :: hiking or climbing boots
peduncolare {adj}  :: peduncular
peduncolato {adj} [botany]  :: pedunculate, pedunculated
peduncolo {m} [botany]  :: peduncle
pegamoide {f}  :: pegamoid
pegaso {m} [heraldry]  :: A winged horse
Pegaso {prop}  :: Pegasus
peggio {adj}  :: (the) worst
peggio {adj}  :: worse
peggio {adv}  :: worse
peggio {f} [singular only]  :: the worst
peggio {m}  :: the worst thing, the worst part
peggior {adj}  :: apocopic form of peggiore
peggioramento {m}  :: worsening, deterioration
peggiorando {v}  :: gerund of peggiorare
peggiorare {vi}  :: To worsen (become worse)
peggiorare {vt}  :: To worsen (make worse)
peggiorativamente {adv}  :: pejoratively
peggiorativo {adj}  :: pejorative
peggiorativo {m} [grammar]  :: pejorative
peggiore {adj}  :: the worst
peggiore {adj}  :: worse
peggiore {mf}  :: the worst
peggiormente {adv}  :: more badly; worse
pegli {contraction}  :: per gli
pegmatite {f} [geology]  :: pegmatite
pegno {m}  :: earnest
pegno {m}  :: pledge, security (in a pawnshop etc)
pegno {m}  :: token
pei {contraction}  :: per i
pel {contraction}  :: contraction of per + il
pelagianesimo {m}  :: Pelagianism
pelagiano {adj}  :: Pelagian
pelagiano {m}  :: Pelagian
pelagico {adj}  :: pelagic
Pelagio {prop}  :: Pelagius
pelago {m}  :: deep sea, open sea
pelame {m}  :: hair, coat, fur
pelando {v}  :: gerund of pelare
pelandrone {m}  :: idler, loafer
pelapatate {m}  :: potato peeler
pelare {vt}  :: to peel [fruit, etc.]
pelare {vt}  :: to pluck [feathers]
pelare {vt}  :: to skin [an animal]
pelargonio {m}  :: pelargonium
Pelasgi {n}  :: Pelasgians
pelasgico {adj}  :: Pelasgic
pelata {f}  :: bald patch
pelato {m}  :: bald
pelato {m}  :: peeled
pelatrice {f}  :: peeler (device)
pelatura {f}  :: peeling
pelatura {f}  :: skinning, plucking
Peleo {prop}  :: Peleus
Pelide {prop}  :: son of Peleus; an epithet for Achilles
pella {contraction}  :: per la
pellaccia {f}  :: The tanned hide of an animal
pellaccia {f}  :: tough guy, tough cookie
pellagra {f} [pathology]  :: pellagra
pellagrosa {f} [pathology]  :: pellagra sufferer, pellagrin (female)
pellagroso {adj} [pathology]  :: pellagrous
pellagroso {m} [pathology]  :: pellagra sufferer, pellagrin
pellaio {m}  :: tanner (of hides)
pellame {m}  :: hides, leather
pelle {f}  :: hide (animal's skin)
pelle {f}  :: leather
pelle {f}  :: skin
pelle {prep} [obsolete]  :: contraction of per le
pelle d'oca {f} [usually, in the singular]  :: goose bumps, goose flesh, goose pimples, goose skin
pellegrina {f}  :: A short cloak
pellegrina {f}  :: pilgrim (female) (see also pellegrino)
pellegrinaggio {m}  :: pilgrimage
pellegrinaggio {m}  :: pilgrims
pellegrinando {v}  :: gerund of pellegrinare
pellegrinare {vi}  :: To make a pilgrimage
Pellegrini {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pellegrini {prop}  :: Federica Pellegrini, Italian swimmer
pellegrino {m}  :: pilgrim
pellerossa {mf}  :: redskin (Native American)
Pellestrina {prop}  :: A township on the Lido of Venice
pellestrinotto {adj}  :: Of or from Pellestrina
pelletteria {f}  :: A shop selling leather goods
pelletteria {f}  :: The leather trade
pellettiere {m}  :: leather goods manufacturer or dealer
pellettizzando {v}  :: gerund of pellettizzare
pellettizzare {vt}  :: To pelletize
pellettizzazione {f}  :: pelletization
Pelli {prop}  :: Italian surname
pellicano {m}  :: pelican
pellicano australiano {m}  :: Australian pelican
pellicano comune {m}  :: white pelican
pellicceria {f}  :: fur processing
pellicceria {f}  :: furrier's
pellicceria {f}  :: furs
pelliccia {f}  :: fur coat
pelliccia {f}  :: fur (of an animal)
pelliccia {f} [heraldry]  :: fur
pellicciaia {f}  :: furrier (female)
pellicciaio {adj} [anatomy]  :: cutaneous (of a muscle)
pellicciaio {m}  :: furrier
pellicciame {m}  :: furs
pellicciotto {m}  :: fur jacket
pellicina {f}  :: cuticle
Pellico {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pellico {prop}  :: Silvio Pellico, Italian writer
pellicola {f}  :: film (all senses)
pellicola {f}  :: layer
pellicola {f}  :: plastic wrap
pellicolare {adj}  :: pellicular; skin (attributive)
pellirossa {mf}  :: redskin (Native American)
pellistore {m}  :: pellistor
pello {contraction}  :: per lo
pellucidità {f}  :: pellucidity
pellucido {adj}  :: translucent or transparent; pellucid
pelo {m}  :: hair (on the body)
pelo {m}  :: surface (of the water)
pelobate {m}  :: spadefoot (toad)
pelo dell'acqua {m}  :: water level
peloponnesiaco {adj}  :: Peloponnesian
peloponnesiaco {m}  :: Peloponnesian
Peloponneso {prop}  :: Peloponnese
peloritano {adj}  :: relating to Capo Peloro or, by extension, to Messina
Pelosi {prop}  :: an Italian surname, from peloso
Pelosini {prop}  :: an Italian surname
pelosità {f}  :: hairiness, shagginess
peloso {adj}  :: hairy
Peloso {prop}  :: an Italian surname, from peloso
peltasta {m}  :: peltast
peltaste {m}  :: peltast
peltato {adj} [botany]  :: peltate
peltinervio {adj} [botany]  :: peltinerved
peltro {m}  :: pewter
pelucco {m}  :: down (soft feathers, hair etc)
pelucco {m}  :: pile
peluche {m}  :: plush (fabric)
peluche {m}  :: soft toy, plush
peluria {f}  :: down (soft feathers etc)
peluria {f}  :: pile
pelvi {f} [anatomy]  :: pelvis
pelvico {adj} [anatomy]  :: pelvic
pelvimetria {f}  :: pelvimetry
pemfigo {m} [disease]  :: pemphigus
pemfigoide {m} [disease]  :: pemphigoid
pena {f}  :: pain
pena {f}  :: pity
pena {f}  :: sentence, penalty, punishment
pena {f}  :: sorrow
pena {f}  :: trouble
pena {f}  :: worry, anxiety
pena capitale {f}  :: death penalty
pena di morte {f}  :: death penalty
penale {adj}  :: penal, criminal
penale {f}  :: penalty (legal)
penalista {f}  :: criminal lawyer
penalistico {adj} [legal]  :: Of criminal law
penalità {f}  :: penalty
penalizzando {v}  :: gerund of penalizzare
penalizzante {adj}  :: penalizing
penalizzare {vt}  :: to penalize
penalizzato {adj}  :: penalized
penalizzazione {f} [sports]  :: penalty
penalmente {adv}  :: penally
penando {v}  :: gerund of penare
penare {vi}  :: to suffer
pencolando {v}  :: gerund of pencolare
pencolante {adj}  :: hesitating, wavering
pencolante {adj}  :: swaying, wobbling
pencolare {vi}  :: To sway, wobble or shake
pencolio {m}  :: continuous swaying or wobbling
pendaglio {m}  :: pendant
pendant {m}  :: match (matching item)
pendant {m}  :: pendant (dangling earing)
pendendo {v}  :: gerund of pendere
pendente {adj}  :: leaning
pendente {adj}  :: pending (legal)
pendente {f}  :: drop earring
pendente {f}  :: pendant
pendenza {f} [legal]  :: pending suit
pendenza {f}  :: slope, gradient
pendere {vi} [nautical]  :: To list (of a ship)
pendere {vi}  :: to be pending
pendere {vi}  :: to droop
pendere {vi}  :: to hang (from)
pendere {vi}  :: to slope or slant
pendice {f}  :: slope (of a hillside or mountain)
pendio {m}  :: slope, slant
pendolamento {m}  :: oscillation
pendolando {v}  :: gerund of pendolare
pendolare {adj}  :: commuter [attributive]
pendolare {adj}  :: pendular, pendulum [attributive]
pendolare {mf}  :: commuter
pendolare {vi}  :: to swing, oscillate
pendolarismo {m}  :: commuting
pendolarità {f}  :: commuting
pendolarmente {adv}  :: back and forth (like a pendulum or a commuter)
pendolo {m}  :: pendulum
pendulo {adj}  :: pendulous
pene {m} [anatomy]  :: penis
penello {m}  :: alternative form of pennello
Penelopè {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Penelope
penepiano {m}  :: peneplain
penero {m}  :: fringe
Penestrino {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Palestrina
penetrabile {adj}  :: penetrable
penetrabilità {f}  :: penetrableness
penetrando {v}  :: gerund of penetrare
penetrante {adj}  :: penetrating, pervasive, piercing, sharp
penetrantemente {adv}  :: penetratingly, pervasively
penetranza {f} [genetics]  :: penetrance
penetrare {vi}  :: To enter, to get in, to filter, to steal in
penetrare {vt}  :: To penetrate, pound
penetrare {vt}  :: To seek through, to soak in, to pass through, to permeate
penetrativo {adj}  :: penetrative
penetratore {adj}  :: penetrating
penetratore {m}  :: penetrator
penetrazione {f} [sex, figuratively]  :: penetration
penicillasi {f}  :: Variant of penicillinasi
penicillina {f} [medicine]  :: penicillin
penicillinasi {f} [enzyme]  :: penicillinase
penicillinico {adj}  :: penicillin (attributive)
penicillio {m}  :: penicillium
penicillo {m}  :: penicillus
peninsulare {adj}  :: peninsular
penisola {f}  :: peninsula
Penisola di Crimea {prop}  :: Crimean Peninsula
penitente {mf}  :: penitent
penitenza {f}  :: penitence, repentance
penitenziagite {interj}  :: repent!
penitenziale {adj}  :: penitential
penitenziario {adj}  :: penal
penitenziario {m}  :: penitentiary [US]
penitenziario {m}  :: prison
penitenziere {m}  :: penitentiary
penitenzieria {f}  :: penitentiary
penititi {mp}  :: repentant Mafiosi, especially those who give evidence at the trials of others
penna {f}  :: feather
penna {f}  :: (in plural) penne (type of pasta)
penna {f}  :: pen
penna a sfera {f}  :: ballpoint pen, Biro (Britain, Australia, New Zealand)
pennacchio {m}  :: plume
pennaccino {m} [nautical]  :: dolphin striker
pennaiolo {m}  :: scribbler
pennarello {m}  :: felt-tip pen, felt-tip
penna stilografica {f}  :: fountain pen
pennato {adj}  :: feathery
pennatula {f}  :: sea pen (of order Pennatulacea)
penne all'arrabbiata {n}  :: a dish of penne pasta with a sauce of tomato, garlic and chili
pennecchio {m}  :: staple (short flax or wool fibres)
pennellando {v}  :: gerund of pennellare
pennellare {vt}  :: To paint (a wall etc)
pennellata {f}  :: brushstroke
pennellatura {f}  :: painting
pennellessa {f}  :: flat paintbrush
pennellificio {m}  :: brush factory
pennello {m}  :: brush, paintbrush
penne rigate {n}  :: penne rigate
pennetta {f} [especially in plural]  :: A smaller form of penne pasta
pennichella {f}  :: nap, snooze, doze, forty winks
pennidico {adj}  :: Pennidic / Penninic
Pennine {prop}  :: Pennine Alps
penninervio {adj} [botany]  :: penninerved
pennino {m}  :: nib (of a pen)
pennivendolo {m}  :: hack (writer)
pennone {m}  :: banner, standard
pennone {m}  :: flagstaff, flagpole
pennone {m} [nautical]  :: yard (spar)
pennuto {adj}  :: feathered
pennuto {m}  :: bird
penombra {f}  :: half-light, semi-darkness
penombra {f}  :: penumbra
penosamente {adv}  :: painfully
penosamente {adv}  :: pitifully, pathetically
penosissimo {adj}  :: Very painful, very distressing
penosissimo {adj}  :: Very pitiful, very pathetic
penosità {f}  :: painfulness
penosità {f}  :: pitifulness
penoso {adj}  :: anxious
penoso {adj}  :: difficult
penoso {adj}  :: painful
penoso {adj}  :: pathetic, pitiful
pensabile {adj}  :: thinkable, imaginable, conceivable
pensabilità {f}  :: thinkability, thinkableness
pensaci tu {phrase}  :: You deal with it; do it yourself. (imperative)
pensando {v}  :: gerund of pensare
pensandosi {v}  :: gerund of pensarsi
pensante {adj}  :: thinking
pensarci {v}  :: to think of it, think about it, take care (of)
pensare {vit}  :: to realize
pensare {vit}  :: to think
pensarsi {vr}  :: To think of oneself
pensata {f}  :: thought, idea
pensatamente {adv}  :: thoughtfully
pensato {adj}  :: designed (for)
pensato {adj}  :: well thought-out or considered
pensatoio {m} [informal]  :: somewhere to think
pensatore {m}  :: thinker
pensatrice {f}  :: thinker (female)
penseroso {adj}  :: alternative form of pensieroso
pensier {n}  :: apocopic form of pensiero
pensierino {m}  :: short composition, sentence
pensierino {m}  :: small gift, little present
pensiero {m}  :: thought
pensiero {m}  :: worry
pensierosamente {adv}  :: pensively, thoughtfully
pensierosità {f}  :: pensiveness, thoughtfulness
pensieroso {adj}  :: pensive, thoughtful
pensile {adj}  :: hanging, suspended
pensile {m}  :: wall cabinet; wall cupboard
pensilina {f}  :: A bus shelter
pensilina {f}  :: A projecting or suspended roof; any structure having such a roof
pensilina {f}  :: marquee
pensionabile {adj}  :: pensionable, of retirement
pensionabilità {f}  :: The condition of being pensionable
pensionamento {m}  :: retirement
pensionando {v}  :: gerund of pensionare
pensionante {mf}  :: lodger
pensionante {mf}  :: resident (in a hotel)
pensionare {v}  :: to pension (make someone retire with a pension)
pensionariato {m}  :: The condition of having a pension or annuity, or the time that one has it
pensionata {f}  :: pensioner (female)
pensionato {m}  :: hostel
pensionato {m}  :: pensioner
pensione {f}  :: boarding house
pensione {f}  :: pension
pensione di anzianità {f}  :: old age pension
pensionistico {adj}  :: pension (attributive)
pensionometro {m} [finance]  :: Any of several systems, typically part of a website, that people can use to calculate when they will be able to retire
pensosamente {adv}  :: thoughtfully
pensosità {f}  :: thoughtfulness
pensoso {adj}  :: thoughtful, pensive
penta- {prefix}  :: penta-
pentacarbonile {m}  :: pentacarbonyl
pentaciclo {adj}  :: pentacyclic
pentacisdodecaedro {m} [mathematics]  :: pentakis dodecahedron
pentaclorofenolo {m} [organic compound]  :: pentachlorophenol
pentacol {n}  :: apocopic form of pentacolo
pentacolare {adj}  :: pentacle (attributive)
pentacolo {m}  :: amulet of metal or stone, hung around the neck
pentacolo {m}  :: pentacle
pentacontagono {m} [mathematics]  :: pentacontagon
pentacordo {m}  :: pentachord
pentacosiomedimno {m}  :: See pentacosiomedimni
pentacrinite {f}  :: pentacrinite
pentacrino {m}  :: Variant of pentacrinite
pentacubo {m} [mathematics]  :: pentacube
pentadattilo {adj}  :: pentadactyl
pentadecagono {m}  :: pentadecagon
pentadiene {m} [organic compound]  :: pentadiene
pentadodecaedro {m} [mathematics]  :: pentadodecahedron
pentaedrico {adj}  :: pentahedral
pentaedro {m}  :: pentahedron
pentaeritrile {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: pentaerythrityl
pentaeritritolo {m} [organic compound]  :: pentaerythritol
pentafluoruro {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: pentafluoride
pentagonale {adj}  :: pentagonal
pentagonite {f} [mineralogy]  :: pentagonite
pentagono {m} [geometry]  :: pentagon
Pentagono {prop}  :: The Pentagon
pentagramma {m}  :: pentagram
pentagramma {m}  :: staff or stave (in music)
pentagrammato {adj} [music]  :: staff / stave (attributive)
pentaidrato {m} [chemistry]  :: pentahydrate, pentahydroxide
pentaidrite {m} [mineralogy]  :: pentahydrite
pentaidroborite {f} [mineralogy]  :: pentahydroborite
pentalfa {f}  :: pentalpha, pentangle
pentamerico {adj} [chemistry]  :: pentameric
pentamero {adj}  :: pentamerous
pentamero {m} [chemistry]  :: pentamer
pentametro {m}  :: pentameter
pentamino {m}  :: pentomino
pentano {m}  :: pentane
pentanoico {adj}  :: pentanoic
pentanolo {m} [organic compound]  :: pentanol
pentapartitico {adj}  :: five-party (attributive)
pentapartito {adj}  :: Formed of five political parties
pentapodia {f}  :: pentapody
pentaprisma {m}  :: pentaprism
pentaprismatico {adj}  :: pentaprismatic
pentaquark {m} [physics]  :: pentaquark
pentarchia {f}  :: pentarchy
pentasillabo {adj}  :: pentasyllabic
pentaspecchio {m}  :: pentamirror
Pentateuco {prop}  :: Pentateuch
pentathlon {m}  :: pentathlon
pentatleta {f}  :: pentathlete
pentatomico {adj} [chemistry]  :: pentatomic
pentatonico {adj}  :: pentatonic
pentavalente {adj}  :: pentavalent
pentazocina {f} [medicine]  :: pentazocine
pentecontera {f} [nautical]  :: penteconter
pentecontero {m}  :: Variant of pentecontera
pentecostale {adj}  :: Pentecostal
pentecostalismo {m}  :: Pentecostalism
Pentecoste {prop}  :: Pentecost, Whit Sunday
pentendosi {v}  :: gerund of pentirsi
pentene {m} [organic compound]  :: pentene
penteratto {m} [mathematics]  :: penteract
Pentesilea {prop}  :: Penthesilea (Amazonian queen)
pentile {m} [organic chemistry]  :: pentyl
pentimento {m}  :: a pentiment
pentimento {m}  :: penitence, penance, repentance
pentimento {m}  :: remorse
pentirsi {vr}  :: to regret
pentirsi {vr}  :: to repent
pentitismo {m}  :: The so-called repentance of criminals who collaborate with the police
pentito {m}  :: A criminal who cooperates with police or government authorities and testifies against or provides harmful information on fellow criminals; a turncoat or informant. Used mostly in reference to ex-Mafiosi
pentito {m}  :: One who repents
pentodo {m}  :: pentode
pentola {f}  :: pot (for cooking, etc), saucepan
pentola {f}  :: potful
pentolaio {m}  :: A person who makes or sells pots and pans
pentolame {m}  :: pots and pans
pentolata {f}  :: pot (quantity), potful
pentolino {m}  :: Small saucepan
pentolone {m}  :: A big pot
pentolone {m}  :: stockpot
pentosano {m} [carbohydrate]  :: pentosan
pentosio {m} [carbohydrate]  :: pentose
pentoso {m} [organic chemistry]  :: pentose
pentossido {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: pentoxide
pentossido di diazoto {n}  :: dinitrogen pentoxide
penultimo {adj}  :: penultimate
penuria {f}  :: shortage, lack, scarcity, scarceness
penzolando {v}  :: gerund of penzolare
penzolante {adj}  :: sagging
penzolare {vi}  :: To hang or dangle
penzolato {adj}  :: hanging, dangling
penzolo {m}  :: bunch, cluster
penzolo {m}  :: pendant
penzoloni {adv}  :: hanging, dangling
peocio {m} [Foods, ichthyology]  :: mussel
peone {m}  :: peon
peonia {f} [flowers]  :: peony
pepaiola {f}  :: pepper mill
pepaiola {f}  :: pepper pot
pepando {v}  :: gerund of pepare
pepare {vt}  :: To pepper
pepatello {m}  :: (especially in plural) A type of cantuccini, from Abruzzo, flavoured with pepper
pepato {adj}  :: peppery, hot
pepato {adj}  :: sharp, pungent
pepe {m}  :: pepper
Pepe {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pepe {prop}  :: male given name, diminutive of Giuseppe
pepe della Giamaica {m}  :: allspice
pepe della Giamaica {m}  :: Jamaica pepper
pepe della Giamaica {m}  :: pimento
peperino {m} [geology]  :: peperino
peperino {m}  :: live wire (high-spirited person)
peperonata {f}  :: a dish of stewed peppers, onions and tomatoes
peperoncino {m}  :: chili pepper
peperone {m}  :: bell pepper, sweet pepper
peperone {m}  :: capsicum
pepiera {f}  :: pepper pot, caster
pepita {f}  :: nugget (especially of gold or platinum)
pepita {f}  :: Variant of pipita
peplo {m}  :: peplos
peponocefalo {m}  :: melon-headed whale, electra dolphin (of genus Peponocephala)
Peppe {prop}  :: A diminutive of the male given name Giuseppe
peppola {f}  :: brambling
pepsina {f} [enzyme]  :: pepsin
pepsinogeno {m} [biochemistry]  :: pepsinogen
peptico {adj}  :: peptic
peptidasi {f} [enzyme]  :: peptidase
peptide {m} [biochemistry]  :: peptide
peptidico {adj}  :: peptidic
peptidilico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: peptidyl
peptizzazione {f}  :: peptization
peptogeno {adj} [biochemistry]  :: peptogenic
peptogeno {m} [biochemistry]  :: peptogen
peptone {m}  :: peptone
peptonizzando {v}  :: gerund of peptonizzare
peptonizzare {v} [biochemistry]  :: To peptonize
peptonizzazione {f} [biochemistry]  :: peptonization
però {conj}  :: yet, but, however, nevertheless
per {prep}  :: as
per {prep}  :: by
per {prep}  :: for
per {prep}  :: in or on
per {prep}  :: through
per {prep}  :: with
Perù {prop}  :: Peru
pera {f}  :: pear [the fruit]
pera {f} [slang]  :: fix (dose of drug)
peracetico {adj}  :: peracetic
peracido {m} [chemistry]  :: peracid
peracottaro {m} [figurative]  :: An incompetent professional
peracottaro {m} [originally]  :: A person who sold cooked pears (at local fairs)
peragrando {v}  :: gerund of peragrare
peragrare {vi}  :: To travel or voyage
peragrare {vt}  :: To cover (distance); to follow (a road etc)
peraltro {adv}  :: however
peraltro {adv}  :: moreover
peraltro {adv}  :: on the other hand
perastatato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perastatate
perastro {m}  :: wild pear (tree)
perbacco {interj}  :: by Jove!, good heavens!
perbacco {interj}  :: gee, blast, blimey, crikey
per bene {adj}  :: alternative spelling of perbene
per bene {adv}  :: alternative spelling of perbene
perbene {adj}  :: respectable, decent
perbene {adv}  :: well, properly
perbenino {adv}  :: properly, well, nicely
perbenismo {m}  :: conformism, prissiness, respectability
perbenista {adj}  :: conformist, prissy, bourgeois
perbenista {f}  :: Such a person
perbenisticamente {adv}  :: in a conformist or bourgeois manner
perbenisticamente {adv}  :: prissily
perbenistico {adj}  :: conformist, prissy, bourgeois
perborato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perborate
perbromato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perbromate
perbromico {adj}  :: perbromic
perca {f} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: perch, Perca fluviatilis
percarbonato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: percarbonate
per carità {interj}  :: for goodness' sake!
per carità {interj}  :: please!
per carità {interj}  :: you've got to be joking!
per caso {adv}  :: by chance
percentile {m} [statistics]  :: percentile
per cento {adj}  :: percent
per cento {m}  :: percent
percento {m}  :: percent
percentuale {adj}  :: percentage (attributive)
percentuale {f}  :: percentage
percentualizzando {v}  :: gerund of percentualizzare
percentualizzare {vt}  :: To express an amount as a percentage
percentualizzazione {f}  :: The expression of an amount as a percentage
percentualmente {adv}  :: Using percentages
percependo {v}  :: gerund of percepire
percepibile {adj}  :: perceptible
percepibilità {f}  :: Property of being perceptible
percepimento {m}  :: receipt (act of receiving)
percepire {vt}  :: to perceive, notice or understand
percepire {vt}  :: to receive (a sum of money)
percettibile {adj}  :: audible
percettibile {adj}  :: perceptible
percettibilità {f}  :: perceptibility
percettibilmente {adv}  :: perceptibly
percettivamente {adv}  :: perceptively
percettività {f}  :: perceptiveness
percettivo {adj}  :: perceptive
percetto {m}  :: percept
percettologia {f}  :: The study of perception
percettore {f}  :: recipient (of a sum of money)
percezione {f}  :: perception
perché {adv}  :: why
perché {conj}  :: because, why
perché {conj}  :: (followed by the subjunctive) so, so that, in order that
perché {nil m}  :: the whys, the reason
perchia {f}  :: comber (marine fish of the family Serranidae)
perché mai {adv} [idiomatic]  :: why on Earth
perché no {adv}  :: why not
perciò {conj}  :: so, therefore, consequently, thus
percipiente {adj}  :: percipient
perclorato {m}  :: perchlorate
perclorato di magnesio {n}  :: magnesium perchlorate
perclorico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perchloric
percloruro {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perchloride
percoca {f}  :: Any of several local varieties of peach
percolamento {m}  :: synonym of percolazione
percolando {v}  :: gerund of percolare
percolare {vit}  :: to percolate
percolatore {m}  :: percolator
percolazione {f}  :: percolation
percome {n}  :: wherefores
per conto di {prep}  :: on behalf of
per converso {adv}  :: conversely
percorrendo {v}  :: gerund of percorrere
percorrenza {f}  :: haul (distance covered on a journey)
percorrere {vt}  :: to cover [distance, etc.]
percorrere {vt}  :: to follow [a road, etc.]
percorribile {adj}  :: drivable, passable (road)
percorribile {adj}  :: navigable
percorribile {adj}  :: practicable
percorribilità {f}  :: availability (of a road, for driving on)
percorso {m}  :: course (sport)
percorso {m}  :: distance
percorso {m}  :: journey
percorso {m}  :: route, run
percossa {f}  :: blow
percotendo {v}  :: gerund of percuotere
percuotendo {v}  :: gerund of percuotere
percuotendosi {v}  :: gerund of percuotersi
percuotere {vt}  :: to attack, fall
percuotere {vt}  :: to hit, strike, beat, thrash
percuotersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of percuotere
percuotersi {vr}  :: to beat [one's breast, one's head, etc.]
percuotersi {vr}  :: to hit one another
percussione {f}  :: percussion (all senses)
percussionista {f}  :: percussionist
percussivo {adj}  :: percussive
percussore {m}  :: firing pin
percussore {m}  :: striker
percutaneo {adj} [medicine]  :: percutaneous
perdendo {v}  :: gerund of perdere
perdendosi {v}  :: gerund of perdersi
perdente {adj}  :: losing
perdente {mf}  :: loser
perdenza {f}  :: loss
perdenza {f}  :: waste
perder di vista {v}  :: to lose the plot
perder di vista {v}  :: to lose touch
perdere {vit}  :: to lose
perdere {v}  :: to destroy
perdere {v}  :: to waste
perdere il lume della ragione {v}  :: to lose the plot
perdere la bussola {v}  :: to lose the plot
perdere la speranza {vi}  :: ((intransitive) admit defeat) capitulate, surrender, wave the white flag
perdere la speranza {v}  :: to give up
perdere la speranza {vt}  :: ((transitive) abandon) desert, forlet, forsake
perdere la speranza {vt}  :: ((transitive) lose hope concerning)
perdere la speranza {vt}  :: ((transitive) relinquish) surrender, yield
perdere la speranza {vt}  :: ((transitive) stop or quit) blin, cease, discontinue
perdere la speranza {vt}  :: ((transitive) surrender) surrender, yield
perdere la testa {v}  :: to lose the plot
perdere la trebisonda {v}  :: to lose control
perdere le staffe {v} [idiomatic]  :: to lose one's temper, to lose it
perdere tempo {vi}  :: To waste time
perdersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of perdere
perdersi {v}  :: to fade away, disappear
perdersi {v}  :: to lose one's way, get lost
perdiana {interj}  :: An expression of surprise or irritation
perdibile {adj}  :: losable
per dieci {adv}  :: much, a lot (literally, for ten people)
perdifiato {m}  :: Used only in the phrase a perdifiato
perdigiorno {mf}  :: idler, loafer, time-waster
perdinci {interj}  :: An expression of disappointment or impatience; for goodness' sake
per dindirindina {interj}  :: my goodness!
perdindirindina {interj}  :: An expression of disappointment, impatience or surprize; for goodness' sake
perdio {interj}  :: An expression of disappointment or impatience; for God's sake
per di più {adv}  :: what is more, moreover, furthermore, besides
perdita {f}  :: leak, leakage
perdita {f}  :: loss, waste, deprivation
perditempo {mf}  :: time-waster
perditempo {m}  :: waste of time
perdizione {f}  :: perdition, damnation
perdonabile {adj}  :: forgivable, excusable
perdonabilità {f}  :: Property of being forgivable or excusable
perdonando {v}  :: gerund of perdonare
perdonandosi {v}  :: gerund of perdonarsi
perdonanza {f}  :: pardon, indulgence (remission of sins)
perdonare {vi}  :: to forgive, pardon
perdonare {vt}  :: to forgive, pardon, excuse
perdonarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of perdonare
perdonarsi {v}  :: to forgive oneself or each other
perdonatore {adj}  :: pardoning, forgiving
perdonatore {m}  :: pardoner, forgiver
perdono {m}  :: forgiveness, pardon
perdurabile {adj}  :: perdurable
perdurabilemente {adv}  :: perdurably
perdurabilmente {adv}  :: perdurably
perdurando {v}  :: gerund of perdurare
perdurare {vi}  :: to persist
perdutamente {adv}  :: desperately
perdutamente {adv}  :: With great intensity or passion
perduto {adj}  :: lost
peregrinando {v}  :: gerund of peregrinare
peregrinare {vi}  :: to wander, roam
peregrinazione {f}  :: peregrination
peregrinazione {f}  :: wandering, roaming
peregrinità {f}  :: singularity
peregrino {adj}  :: rare, strange, unusual, singular
perendo {v}  :: gerund of perire
perennante {adj}  :: perennial
perenne {adj}  :: perennial, eternal, perpetual, never-ending, undying
perenne {f} [botany]  :: perennial
perennemente {adv}  :: perennially, always
perennibranchiato {adj} [zoology]  :: perennibranchiate
perennità {f}  :: perenniality, perpetuity
perentoriamente {adv}  :: peremptorily
perentorietà {f}  :: incontrovertibility
perentorietà {f}  :: peremptoriness
perentorio {adj}  :: peremptory
perenzione {f}  :: expiration, lapse
perenzione {f}  :: peremption
perequando {v}  :: gerund of perequare
perequare {vt}  :: To equalize or equate
perequativo {adj}  :: equalizing (in terms of taxation etc)
perequazione {f}  :: equalization (of taxes etc)
per errore {adv}  :: mistakenly, by mistake, in error, wrongly
per esempio {adv}  :: for example, for instance
perestrojka {f}  :: perestroika
pereto {m}  :: an orchard of pear trees
peretta {f}  :: enema
peretta {f}  :: rubber syringe
peretta {f}  :: small pear
perfacendo {v}  :: gerund of perfare
perfare {vt} [obsolete]  :: to complete
perfare {vt} [obsolete]  :: to make good
per favore {adv}  :: please
per favore {interj}  :: please
perfettamente {adv}  :: perfectly
perfettibile {adj}  :: perfectible
perfettibilità {f}  :: perfectibility
perfettissimo {adj}  :: Absolutely perfect
perfettivo {adj}  :: perfective
perfetto {adj}  :: perfect
perfetto {m} [grammar]  :: perfect tense
perfezion {f}  :: apocopic form of perfezione
perfezionabile {adj}  :: improvable
perfezionabile {adj}  :: perfectible
perfezionabilità {n}  :: improvability
perfezionabilità {n}  :: perfectibility
perfezionamento {m}  :: improvement (in)
perfezionamento {m}  :: perfection (of)
perfezionando {v}  :: gerund of perfezionare
perfezionandosi {v}  :: gerund of perfezionarsi
perfezionare {vt}  :: To perfect something (by modifying it)
perfezionarsi {vr}  :: To perfect (a skill etc)
perfezionato {adj}  :: perfected
perfezionatore {m}  :: perfecter
perfezione {f}  :: perfection
perfezionismo {m}  :: perfectionism
perfezionista {mf}  :: perfectionist
perfezionisticamente {adv}  :: perfectionistically
perfezionistico {adj}  :: perfectionist (attributive)
perfidamente {adv}  :: fiercely
perfidamente {adv}  :: perversely
perfidamente {adv}  :: treacherously
perfidia {f}  :: perfidy
perfidioso {adj} [literary]  :: perfidious
perfido {adj}  :: perfidious
per filo e per segno {adv}  :: in minute detail
perfino {adv}  :: even, just
perfoliato {adj} [botany]  :: perfoliate
perforabile {adj}  :: That can be perforated or pierced; penetrable
perforabilità {f}  :: penetrability
perforamento {m}  :: drilling, boring, punching (holes)
perforamento {m}  :: perforation, piercing
perforando {v}  :: gerund of perforare
perforare {vt}  :: to drill
perforare {vt}  :: to perforate
perforare {vt}  :: to pierce
perforare {vt}  :: to punch (a hole)
perforato {adj}  :: perforated
perforato {adj}  :: pierced
perforatore {m}  :: card punch
perforatore {m}  :: perforator (machine)
perforatore {m}  :: punch card operator (Feminine: perforatrice)
perforatrice {f} [computing]  :: card punch (machine)
perforatrice {f} [computing]  :: punch card operator (Masculine: perforatore)
perforatrice {f}  :: hole punch (device)
perforatrice {f} [mining]  :: hammer drill, jackhammer, drifter
perforatura {f}  :: perforation
perforazione {f}  :: drilling
perforazione {f}  :: perforation
perforina {f} [protein]  :: perforin
performance {f}  :: performance
performando {v}  :: gerund of performare
performante {adj}  :: high-performance
performare {v}  :: To perform
performatività {f}  :: performativity
performativo {adj} [linguistics]  :: performative
per fortuna {adv}  :: luckily, fortunately
per forza {adv}  :: against one's will, unwillingly
per forza {adv}  :: indeed, sure, definitely, of course
per forza {adv}  :: necessarily
perfosfato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: superphosphate
perfrigerazione {f}  :: rapid freezing (of foodstuffs); deep-freezing
perfusione {f} [medicine]  :: perfusion
pergamena {f}  :: parchment
pergamenaceo {adj}  :: parchment (attributive)
pergamenaceo {adj}  :: pergameneous
pergamenato {m}  :: parchment
pergamo {m}  :: pulpit
Pergamo {prop}  :: Pergamum, Pergamon
per giunta {adv}  :: in addition, what is more, moreover, furthermore
pergola {f} [heraldry]  :: pall
pergola {f}  :: pergola
pergolato {m}  :: pergola
pergolato {m}  :: trellis
Pergolesi {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pergolesi {prop}  :: Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Italian composer
peri- {prefix}  :: peri-
perianale {adj} [anatomy]  :: perianal
perianzio {m} [botany]  :: perianth
periapside {f}  :: periapsis
periareolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: periareolar
periarticolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: periarticular
periartrite {f} [pathology]  :: periarthritis
periastro {m} [astronomy]  :: periapsis
pericapside {m}  :: pericapsid, viral envelope
pericapsidico {adj}  :: pericapsidic
pericardico {adj}  :: pericardial
pericardio {m}  :: pericardium
pericardite {f} [pathology]  :: pericarditis
pericarpio {m} [botany]  :: pericarp
pericarpo {m} [botany]  :: pericarp
pericentriolare {adj}  :: pericentriolar
pericentromerico {adj}  :: pericentromeric
periclasio {m} [mineral]  :: periclase
Pericle {prop}  :: Pericles
periclinale {adj} [botany]  :: periclinal
periclitante {adj}  :: in harm's way
pericolando {v}  :: gerund of pericolare
pericolante {adj}  :: precarious
pericolante {adj}  :: shaky
pericolare {vi}  :: to be in danger
pericolare {vi}  :: to be unsafe
pericolo {m}  :: peril, danger
pericolosamente {adv}  :: dangerously
pericolosissimo {adj}  :: Very dangerous, very unsafe
pericolosità {f}  :: danger (all senses)
pericoloso {adj}  :: dangerous, risky, insecure, unsafe
pericondrio {m} [anatomy]  :: perichondrium
pericondrite {f} [diseases]  :: perichondritis
pericope {f}  :: pericope
pericranio {m} [anatomy]  :: pericranium
peridoto {m} [mineralogy]  :: peridot
peridurale {adj} [anatomy]  :: peridural
periegesi {f}  :: periegesis
periegetico {adj}  :: periegetic
perielio {m} [astronomy]  :: perihelion
periferia {f}  :: fringe, periphery
periferia {f}  :: outskirts, suburbs
periferica {f} [computing, ]  :: peripheral, device, peripheral device
perifericamente {adv}  :: in the suburbs, on the outskirts
perifericamente {adv}  :: peripherally
periferico {adj} [anatomy]  :: peripheral
periferico {adj}  :: suburban, outlying, in the suburbs, on the outskirts
perifrasi {f}  :: circumlocution, periphrase
perifrasticamente {adv}  :: periphrastically
perifrastico {adj}  :: periphrastic
perigastrico {adj} [anatomy]  :: perigastric
perigeo {m} [astronomy]  :: perigee
periglaciale {adj}  :: periglacial
perigonio {m} [botany]  :: perigone
perigordino {adj}  :: Perigordian (of or from Périgord or Périgueux)
periidro {adj} [organic chemistry, especially in combination]  :: perihydro
perilacuale {adj}  :: synonym of circumlacuale
per il resto {adv}  :: otherwise, apart from that, for the rest
perimediterraneo {adj}  :: peri-Mediterranean
perimento {m} [legal]  :: loss or destruction
perimetrale {adj}  :: outer
perimetrale {adj}  :: perimetric
perimetralmente {adv}  :: perimetrically
perimetrato {adj}  :: bounded
perimetrazione {f}  :: A perimeter that forms the limits of a territory
perimetrazione {f}  :: The determination of the perimeter of an area
perimetrico {adj}  :: perimetric
perimetro {m}  :: perimeter
perinatale {adj}  :: perinatal
perinatalità {f}  :: perinatal period
perinatologia {f} [medicine]  :: perinatology
per inciso {adv}  :: incidentally, by the way
perineale {adj} [anatomy]  :: perineal
perineo {m} [anatomy]  :: perineum
perineuronale {adj} [anatomy]  :: perineuronal
Perini {prop}  :: Italian surname
perinucleare {adj}  :: perinuclear
periocardiofrenico {adj}  :: pericardiacophrenic
perioculare {adj} [anatomy]  :: periocular
periodato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: periodate
periodicamente {adv}  :: periodically
periodicità {f}  :: interval
periodicità {f}  :: periodicity
periodico {adj}  :: periodic (all senses)
periodico {adj}  :: periodic (iodine oxyacid)
periodico {m}  :: magazine
periodico {m}  :: periodical (publication issued regularly, but less frequently than daily)
periodico {m}  :: publication
periodizzazione {f}  :: periodization
periodo {m}  :: age, epoch
periodo {m}  :: moment
periodo {m}  :: period, time, span, run
periodo {m}  :: season
periodontite {f}  :: periodontitis
periodonto {m} [anatomy]  :: periodontium
perioftalmo {m}  :: mudskipper (fish of the genus Periophthalmus)
periombelicale {adj} [anatomy]  :: periumbilical
perioperatorio {adj} [surgery]  :: perioperative
periorale {adj} [anatomy]  :: perioral
periorbitale {adj} [anatomy]  :: periorbital
periorbitario {adj} [anatomy]  :: periorbital
periostale {adj} [anatomy]  :: periosteal
periosteo {adj} [anatomy]  :: periosteal
periosteo {m}  :: Variant of periostio
periostio {m} [anatomy]  :: periosteum
periostite {f}  :: periostitis
peripatetica {f}  :: prostitute, trollop, strumpet, whore
peripatetica {f}  :: streetwalker
peripatetico {adj}  :: peripatetic
peripezia {f}  :: adventure (story)
peripezia {f}  :: peripeteia
periplasma {m}  :: periplasm (periplasmic space)
periplo {m}  :: circumnavigation (of an island or continent)
periptero {m}  :: peripteral temple
perire {v}  :: to die, perish
periscopico {adj}  :: periscopic
periscopio {m}  :: periscope
per iscritto {adv}  :: in writing
perispomena {f}  :: perispomenon
perissodattilo {m}  :: perissodactyl
perissologia {f}  :: perissology (form of tautology)
peristalsi {f} [physiology]  :: peristalsis
peristaltico {adj} [physiology]  :: peristaltic
peristasi {f} [architecture]  :: peristasis, peristyle
peristilio {m} [architecture]  :: peristyle
peritale {adj}  :: expertly
peritecio {m} [botany]  :: perithecium
perito {m}  :: expert
perito {m}  :: surveyor
peritoneale {adj} [anatomy]  :: peritoneal
peritoneo {m} [anatomy]  :: peritoneum
peritonite {f} [disease]  :: peritonitis
peritrico {adj}  :: peritrichous
perituro {adj}  :: transient, passing
periungueale {adj} [anatomy]  :: periungueal
periurbano {adj}  :: periurban
periuretrale {adj} [anatomy]  :: periurethral
perivascolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: perivascular
periventricolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: periventricular
periviscerale {adj}  :: perivisceral
perizia {f}  :: report or opinion (written by an expert)
perizia {f}  :: skill, ability
periziale {adj}  :: expert (attributive)
periziando {v}  :: gerund of periziare
periziare {vt}  :: To survey or value
perizoma {m}  :: G-string, thong
perizoma {m}  :: loincloth
perizomata {f} [informal]  :: A woman who wears a thong (or G-string)
perlé {adj}  :: pearl (attributive)
perla {adj}  :: pearl (attributive)
perla {f}  :: pearl (also figuratively)
perla {f} [printing, dated]  :: A small size of type, standardized as 4 point
perlaceo {adj}  :: pearly
perlage {m}  :: effervescence (of sparkling wine)
per la miseria {interj}  :: good grief
per la miseria {interj}  :: wow (An indication of excitement or surprise)
perlaquale {adv}  :: smoothly, well
perlato {adj}  :: decorated with pearls
perlato {adj}  :: pearl (attributive)
perlato {adj}  :: pearly
perlifero {adj}  :: pearl (attributive)
perlifico {adj}  :: pearl-bearing
perlina {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: bead, jewel
perlinato {adj}  :: beaded
perlinguale {adj}  :: sublingual
perlite {f} [mineralogy]  :: perlite
per lo meno {adv}  :: Variant of perlomeno
perlomeno {adv}  :: at least
per lo più {adv}  :: mostly, mainly
perlopiù {adv}  :: for the most part, usually
perlucente {adj} [rare]  :: very bright
perlustrando {v}  :: gerund of perlustrare
perlustrare {vt}  :: To patrol or reconnoitre
perlustratore {m}  :: patroller, patrol man
perlustrazione {f}  :: patrol, reconnaissance
permacultura {f}  :: permaculture
permaculturale {adj}  :: permacultural, permaculture [attributive]
permagelo {m}  :: permafrost
permalosità {f}  :: touchiness
permaloso {adj}  :: touchy
permaloso {m}  :: A touchy person
permanendo {v}  :: gerund of permanere
permanentato {adj}  :: permed (hair)
permanente {adj}  :: permanent
permanente {f}  :: permanent wave, perm
permanentemente {adv}  :: permanently
permanenza {f}  :: permanence, persistence, continuation
permanenza {f}  :: stay, sojourn
permanere {vi}  :: to remain
permanganato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: permanganate
permanganico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: permanganic
permeabile {adj}  :: permeable
permeabilità {f}  :: permeability
permeabilizzazione {f}  :: permeabilization
permeando {v}  :: gerund of permeare
permeanza {f} [physics]  :: permeance
permeare {v}  :: to permeate (with)
permesso {adj}  :: allowed, permitted
permesso {adj}  :: (followed by a question mark; permesso?) may I?; may I come in?; knock knock
permesso {adj}  :: (said as a request to pass) excuse me
permesso {m}  :: clearance
permesso {m}  :: permission, permit, consent, leave, licence
permettendo {v}  :: gerund of permettere
permettendosi {v}  :: gerund of permettersi
permetter {v}  :: apocopic form of permettere
permettere {vt}  :: to allow, to let, to permit, to authorize, to entitle
permettersi {vr}  :: to afford, to allow oneself, to dare, to take the liberty of
permettività {f} [physics]  :: permittivity
per mezzo di {prep}  :: by, through, by means of
permiano {m}  :: Permian
permico {adj}  :: Permian
permissibile {adj}  :: permissible
permissivismo {m}  :: permissiveness
permissività {f}  :: permissiveness
permissivo {adj}  :: permissive
permittività {f} [physics]  :: permittivity
permuta {f}  :: swap
permuta {f}  :: trade-in
permuta {f}  :: transfer
permutabile {adj}  :: exchangeable
permutabile {adj}  :: permutable
permutabilità {f}  :: exchangeability
permutabilità {f}  :: permutability
permutare {v}  :: to swap, shift, exchange
permutatore {m}  :: converter
permutatore {m}  :: exchanger
permutazion {f}  :: apocopic form of permutazione
permutazione {f} [mathematics]  :: permutation
permutite {f}  :: permutite
pernacchia {f}  :: raspberry (rude noise)
pernambucano {adj}  :: Pernambucan
pernambucano {m}  :: Pernambucan
pernice {f}  :: partridge
pernice bianca {f}  :: ptarmigan
perniciosa {f} [disease]  :: pernicious malaria
perniciosamente {adv}  :: perniciously
perniciosissimo {adj}  :: Very pernicious
perniciosità {f}  :: perniciousness
pernicioso {adj}  :: pernicious
per niente {adv}  :: by no means, in no way, not in the least, the least bit; (after a negative) in the least, by any means, in any way
pernizioso {adj}  :: obsolete form of pernicioso
perno {m}  :: pivot (all senses)
per non dimenticare {phrase}  :: "do not forget"
per non dimenticare {phrase}  :: "not to forget"
pernottamento {m}  :: overnight stay
pernottando {v}  :: gerund of pernottare
pernottare {vi}  :: To spend the night, to overnight
pero {m}  :: pear tree
perocché {conj}  :: Variant of però che used (in literature) in place of poiché or affinché
perone {m} [skeleton]  :: fibula, calf bone
peroneale {adj} [skeleton]  :: fibular
peroneo {adj} [skeleton]  :: fibular
peroniero {adj} [skeleton]  :: fibular
peronismo {m}  :: Peronism
peronista {adj}  :: Peronist
peronista {f}  :: Peronist
peronospora {f}  :: downy mildew
per opera di {prep}  :: By means of; through the action of; due to; of
per ora {adv}  :: for now; for the time being
perorando {v}  :: gerund of perorare
perorare {vt} [legal]  :: to plead [a case]
perorare {vt}  :: to advocate [a cause, etc.]
perorazione {f}  :: peroration
perossidasi {m} [enzyme]  :: peroxidase
perossidazione {f}  :: peroxidation
perossido {m} [chemistry]  :: peroxide
perossimonosolfato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: peroxomonosulfate
perossisoma {m} [cytology]  :: peroxisome
perossisomale {adj}  :: peroxisomal
perovskite {f} [mineral]  :: perovskite
per partito preso {adv}  :: deliberately, on principle
perpendicolare {adj} [geometry]  :: perpendicular
perpendicolare {m} [geometry]  :: perpendicular
perpendicolarità {f}  :: perpendicularity
perpendicolarmente {adv}  :: perpendicularly
perpendicolo {m}  :: perpendicular (line)
perpetrando {v}  :: gerund of perpetrare
perpetrare {vt}  :: to commit, perpetrate
perpetrazione {f}  :: committal
perpetrazione {f}  :: perpetration
perpetuabile {adj}  :: That can be perpetuated
perpetuamente {adv}  :: perpetually
perpetuando {v}  :: gerund of perpetuare
perpetuandosi {v}  :: gerund of perpetuarsi
perpetuare {vt}  :: to perpetuate
perpetuarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of perpetuare
perpetuarsi {v}  :: to be perpetuated, last
perpetuatore {m}  :: perpetuator
perpetuazione {f}  :: perpetuation
perpetuità {f}  :: perpetuity
perpetuo {adj}  :: perpetual
per piacere {adv}  :: please
per piacere {interj}  :: please
perplessità {f}  :: perplexity
perplesso {adj}  :: perplexed, puzzled
perplimendo {v}  :: gerund of perplimere
perplimere {v} [informal]  :: to perplex
per poco {adv}  :: by a little, by a small margin, just
per poco {adv}  :: cheap
per poco {adv}  :: (followed by non) almost, nearly, just, narrowly
per quanto {conj}  :: as far as, much as, as much as, however much
per quanto concerne {prep}  :: as to, as for, regarding, concerning, with regard to, as regards
per quanto riguarda {prep}  :: as to, as for, regarding, concerning, with regard to, as regards
per questo {adv}  :: for this reason; for that reason; for this; this is why
perquisendo {v}  :: gerund of perquisire
perquisire {vt}  :: To search
perquisizione {f}  :: search
perrenato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perrhenate
per sbaglio {adv}  :: mistakenly, by mistake, in error, wrongly
per scaramanzia {adv}  :: for good luck
perscrutabile {adj} [literary]  :: That can be scrutinized
perscrutando {v}  :: gerund of perscrutare
perscrutare {vt} [literary]  :: To scrutinize
persecutore {m}  :: persecutor
persecutorio {adj}  :: persecutory
persecuzione {f}  :: persecution
Persefone {prop} [Greek god]  :: Persephone
perseguendo {v}  :: gerund of perseguire
perseguibile {adj} [legal]  :: Able to be prosecuted
perseguibilità {f}  :: liability to prosecution
perseguimento {m}  :: prosecution
perseguimento {m}  :: pursuance
perseguire {vt} [legal]  :: to prosecute
perseguire {vt}  :: to pursue
perseguitando {v}  :: gerund of perseguitare
perseguitare {vt}  :: To persecute (all senses)
perseguitata {f}  :: victim of persecution (female)
perseguitato {m}  :: victim of persecution (male)
per sempre {adv}  :: forever, for ever, forevermore, for good
Perseo {prop}  :: Perseus
Persepoli {prop}  :: Persepolis
perseveramento {m}  :: perseverance, persevering
perseverando {v}  :: gerund of perseverare
perseverante {adj}  :: perseverant
perseverantemente {adv}  :: perseverantly
perseveranza {f}  :: perseverance
perseveranza {f}  :: persistance
perseverare {vi}  :: ‎ To persevere (in)
Persia {prop}  :: Persia
persiana {f}  :: sash (of window)
persiana {f}  :: shutter
persiana {f}  :: Venetian blind
persianizzazione {f}  :: Persianization / Persianisation
persiano {adj}  :: Persian, Iranian
persiano {m}  :: Any of the languages of Persia (masculine only)
persiano {m}  :: Persian (both native of Persia and the domestic cat)
persiano {m}  :: The fur of the karakul (masculine only)
persico {adj}  :: Persian Gulf (attributive)
persico {m}  :: peach (tree)
persico {m} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: perch, Perca fluviatilis (fish)
Persico {prop}  :: Italian surname
persino {adv}  :: even, just
persistendo {v}  :: gerund of persistere
persistente {adj}  :: persistent
persistentemente {adv}  :: persistently
persistenza {f}  :: persistence
persistere {m}  :: persistance
persistere {vi}  :: to persist
perso {adj}  :: lost, wasted
persolfato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: persulfate
persona {f}  :: body, figure
persona {f} [legal]  :: person, body
persona {f}  :: person, {p} people, persons
persona {f} [psychology]  :: persona
persona {f}  :: someone, somebody, anybody
persona alla deriva {n}  :: drifter
persona difficile da raggiungere {n}  :: hard man to reach
personaggio {m}  :: (being in a story) character
personaggio {m}  :: character, fellow, guy
personaggio {m}  :: figure, personality, personage
personale {adj}  :: personal, private
personale {f} [of painter, sculptor, photographer, etc]  :: solo exhibit
personale {m}  :: figure
personale {m}  :: personal sphere, personal affairs
personale {m}  :: staff, personnel
personalismo {m}  :: personalism
personalissimo {adj}  :: Strictly personal, very personal
personalista {f}  :: personalist
personalistico {adj}  :: personalist
personalità {f}  :: (celebrity) celebrity, personality
personalità {f} [legal]  :: legal personality
personalità {f} [psychology]  :: personality
personalizzabile {adj}  :: That can be personalized; personalizable, customizable
personalizzabilità {f}  :: customizability
personalizzando {v}  :: gerund of personalizzare
personalizzare {vt}  :: to personalize, customise/customize
personalizzazione {f}  :: personalization
personalmente {adv}  :: personally, in person, oneself, directly
personificando {v}  :: gerund of personificare
personificare {vt}  :: to embody
personificare {vt}  :: to personify
personificazione {f}  :: embodiment
personificazione {f}  :: epitome
personificazione {f}  :: personification
per soprammercato {adv}  :: in addition, into the bargain, what's more, to cap it all
perspicace {adj}  :: discerning, shrewd, perceptive, perspicacious
perspicacemente {adv}  :: sharply, keenly, perceptively, shrewdly
perspicacia {f}  :: perspicacity, shrewdness
perspicacità {f} [rare]  :: perspicacity, shrewdness
perspicuamente {adv}  :: perspicuously
perspicuità {f}  :: perspicuousness
perspicuo {adj}  :: perspicuous
perspirazione {f} [physiology]  :: perspiration
persuadendo {v}  :: gerund of persuadere
persuadendosi {v}  :: gerund of persuadersi
persuadere {vt}  :: to persuade or convince
persuadersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of persuadere
persuadersi {vr}  :: to become convinced
persuadersi {vr}  :: to convince oneself
persuadibile {adj}  :: persuadable
persuasibile {adj}  :: Variant of persuadibile
persuasione {f}  :: belief, conviction
persuasione {f}  :: persuasion
persuasivamente {adv}  :: persuasively
persuasivo {adj}  :: persuasive
persuasore {m}  :: persuader
pertanto {conj}  :: so, therefore, thus
pertecnetato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: pertechnetate
per tempo {adv}  :: early, beforehand, as soon as possible
per tempo {adv}  :: on time
pertenere {v}  :: to pertain (to)
pertica {f}  :: beanpole
pertica {f}  :: pole, rod
pertinace {adj}  :: pertinacious
pertinacemente {adv}  :: tenaciously, stubbornly
pertinacia {f}  :: pertinacity
pertinente {adj}  :: pertinent or relevant (to)
pertinentemente {adv}  :: pertinently, relevantly
pertinenza {f}  :: jurisdiction (of a court)
pertinenza {f}  :: pertinence, relevance
pertinenziale {adj} [legal]  :: jurisdictional
Pertini {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pertini {prop}  :: Sandro Pertini, Italian politician and seventh President of Italy
pertosse {f} [diseases]  :: pertussis, whooping cough
pertrattazione {f}  :: exhaustive, in-depth treatment
pertugio {m}  :: hole, opening
perturbamento {m}  :: anxiety, worry, upset
perturbamento {m}  :: perturbation
perturbando {v}  :: gerund of perturbare
perturbandosi {v}  :: gerund of perturbarsi
perturbare {vt}  :: to upset, disturb, perturb
perturbarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of perturbare
perturbarsi {v}  :: to become upset, disturbed, perturbed
perturbatamente {adv}  :: perturbedly
perturbativo {adj}  :: perturbative
perturbato {adj}  :: upset, disturbed, perturbed
perturbatore {adj}  :: disruptive
perturbazione {f}  :: perturbation (all senses)
per tutti i diavoli {interj}  :: wow (An indication of excitement or surprise)
Perugia {prop}  :: Perugia
perugino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Perugia
perugino {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Perugia
per ultima cosa {adv}  :: ultimately, eventually, at last
per ultimo {adj}  :: last, ultimately
per un pelo {adv}  :: closely, narrowly
perusto {adj}  :: burnt
perusto {adj}  :: dry, arid
perusto {adj}  :: torrid
peruviana {f}  :: Peruvian (female)
peruviano {adj}  :: Peruvian
peruviano {m}  :: Peruvian
Peruzzi {prop}  :: Italian surname
pervadendo {v}  :: gerund of pervadere
pervadere {vt}  :: to pervade, permeate
pervasivamente {adv}  :: pervasively
pervasività {f}  :: pervasiveness
pervasivo {adj}  :: pervasive
pervenendo {v}  :: gerund of pervenire
pervenire {vi}  :: to arrive (at)
pervenire {vi}  :: to come (to)
pervenire {vi}  :: to reach
perversione {f}  :: perversion
perversità {f}  :: perversity
perverso {adj}  :: perverse (of desires etc)
perverso {adj}  :: perverted
pervertendo {v}  :: gerund of pervertire
pervertendosi {v}  :: gerund of pervertirsi
pervertimento {m}  :: corruption, depravity
pervertimento {m}  :: perversion
pervertire {vt}  :: To pervert or corrupt
pervertirsi {vr}  :: To become perverted, corrupted or debased
pervertito {adj}  :: perverted
pervertito {m}  :: pervert
pervertitore {adj}  :: perverting, corrupting
pervertitore {m}  :: perverter, corrupter
per via orale {adv}  :: orally
pervicace {adj}  :: stubborn, obstinate
pervicacemente {adv}  :: stubbornly, obstinately
pervicacia {f}  :: stubbornness, obstinacy
pervietà {f}  :: patency
per vie traverse {adv}  :: In a manner not conforming to the law
per vie traverse {adv}  :: unlawfully, dishonestly
pervinca {adj}  :: periwinkle
pervinca {f}  :: periwinkle (plant)
pervinca {m}  :: periwinkle (colour)
per volta {adv}  :: at a time, at the same time
perxenato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perxenate
perxenico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: perxenic {abbr}  :: e.g. (per esempio)
pesa {f}  :: weighbridge
pesa {f}  :: weighing
pesa {f}  :: weighing machine
pesabambini {mf}  :: baby scales
pesabile {adj}  :: weighable
pesafiltro {m} [chemistry]  :: weighing bottle
pesalettere {m}  :: letter-scales
pesando {v}  :: gerund of pesare
pesandosi {v}  :: gerund of pesarsi
pesante {adj}  :: heavy
pesante {adj}  :: oppressive, depressing
pesantemente {adv}  :: heavily, hard
pesantezza {f}  :: heaviness, weight, weightiness
pesantissimo {adj}  :: Very heavy
pesapersone {m}  :: scales (bathroom etc)
pesare {vit}  :: to weigh
pesarese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Pesaro or the Pesaro people
pesarese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of the Italian town of Pesaro
Pesaro {prop}  :: Pesaro
Pesaro e Urbino {prop}  :: Pesaro e Urbino
pesarsi {vr}  :: To weigh oneself (e.g. on bathroom scales)
pesatore {m}  :: A weights and measures inspector (or similar)
pesatura {f}  :: weighing
pesca {adj}  :: peach (in colour)
pesca {f}  :: fishing
pesca {f}  :: peach (colour)
pesca {f}  :: peach (fruit)
pescaggio {m}  :: dredging
pescaggio {m}  :: fishing
pescaggio {m} [nautical]  :: draught (of a vessel)
pescaia {f}  :: weir
pescando {v}  :: gerund of pescare
pescanoce {f}  :: nectarine (fruit)
Pescara {prop}  :: Pescara (province)
Pescara {prop}  :: Pescara (town)
pescare {v}  :: to fish
pescare {v}  :: to get (find)
pescare con rete a strascico {v}  :: To fish from a slow moving boat
pescare con rete a strascico {v}  :: To take fish, or other marine animals, with a trawl
pescare con rete a strascico {v}  :: to trawl
pescarese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Pescara or the Pescara people
pescarese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Pescara
pescasportivo {m}  :: angler
pescatora {n}  :: Only used in the term alla pescatora
pescatore {m}  :: fisherman
pescatrice {f}  :: female fisherman, fisherwoman
pesce {m}  :: fish
pesce abissale {m} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: abyssal fish
pesce angelo {m}  :: angelfish (marine fish of the family Pomacanthidae)
pesce azzurro {m}  :: a variety of small fishes with blueish green color such as: herrings, mackerels, anchovies, sardines
pesce balestra {m}  :: triggerfish (marine fish of the family Balistidae)
pescecane {m}  :: dogfish
pesce cardinale {m}  :: cardinalfish (marine fish of the family Apogonidae)
pesce chirurgo {m} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: surgeonfish
pesce combattente {m}  :: fighting fish (freshwater fish of the family Osphronemidae)
pesce d'aprile {m}  :: April fool (literally: April fish)
pesceduovo {m}  :: A frittata in the shape of a fish
pesce farfalla {m}  :: butterflyfish
pesce gatto {m}  :: catfish
pescegatto {m}  :: alternative spelling of pesce gatto
pesce luna {m}  :: sunfish (marine fish of the family Molidae)
pesce martello {m}  :: hammerhead
pesce pagliaccio {m} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: clownfish, anemonefish
pesce palla {m}  :: pufferfish, puffer, globefish
pesce pappagallo {m}  :: parrotfish
pesce persico {m} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: perch, Perca fluviatilis
pesce pietra {m}  :: stonefish (marine fish of the family Synanceiidae)
pesce pilota {m}  :: pilot fish
pesce remo {m}  :: oarfish (marine fish of the family Regalecidae)
pesce rosso {m}  :: goldfish
pesce sega {m}  :: sawfish (marine fish of the family Pristidae)
pesce spada {m}  :: swordfish
pescespada {m}  :: swordfish
pescetto {m}  :: Small fish (such as whitebait)
pesce unicorno {m} [zoology, ichthyology]  :: unicornfish
pesce vela {m}  :: sailfish (marine fish of the family Istiophoridae)
pesce vipera {m}  :: viperfish (abyssal fish of the family Stomiidae)
peschereccio {adj}  :: fishing (attributive)
peschereccio {m} [nautical]  :: fishing boat, smack; trawler; fishing fleet, drifer
pescheria {f}  :: fishmonger's (shop)
pescheto {m}  :: peach orchard
peschicolo {adj}  :: peach-growing (attributive)
peschiera {f}  :: fish farm
peschiera {f}  :: fish pond
Peschiera del Garda {prop}  :: A lakeside town in the province of Verona in Veneto
peschierano {adj}  :: Of or from Peschiera (especially Peschiera del Garda)
peschierotto {adj}  :: Of or from Peschiera (especially Peschiera del Garda)
Pesci {prop}  :: Pisces (the constellation)
Pesci {prop}  :: Pisces (the star sign)
Pescia {prop}  :: A small town in the Pistoia province of Tuscany
pesciaiola {f}  :: fish kettle
pesciaiola {f}  :: smew (Mergellus albellus)
pesciatino {adj}  :: Of or from Pescia
pescicoltore {m}  :: fish farmer; pisciculturist
pescicoltura {f}  :: fish farming; pisciculture
pesciera {f}  :: fish kettle
pesciolino {m}  :: Any of several small, fast fish
pesciolino {m} [informal]  :: A lively child
pescivendolo {m}  :: fishmonger
pescivendolo {m}  :: fishmonger's (shop)
pesco {m}  :: peach (tree)
pesconoce {m}  :: nectarine (tree)
pescosità {f}  :: abundance in fish (of a sea, river etc)
pescoso {adj}  :: abundant in fish (of a sea, river, etc)
peseta {f}  :: peseta
pesiera {f}  :: A set of weights
pesista {f}  :: shot putter
pesista {f}  :: weightlifter
pesistica {f}  :: weightlifting
peso {m}  :: weight
peso lordo {m}  :: gross weight
peso specifico {m} [physics]  :: specific gravity
pessario {m} [medicine]  :: pessary
-pessi {suffix}  :: -pexy
pessimamente {adv}  :: terribly (very badly)
pessimismo {m}  :: pessimism
pessimista {adj}  :: pessimistic
pessimista {mf}  :: pessimist
pessimisticamente {adv}  :: pessimistically
pessimistico {adj}  :: pessimistic, pessimist (attribute)
pessimo {adj}  :: very bad, awful, foul, dreadful
pestaggio {m}  :: beating up, beating, thrashing, going over
pestalozziano {adj}  :: Pestalozzian
pestando {v}  :: gerund of pestare
pestar {v}  :: apocopic form of pestare
pestare {vt}  :: to beat, beat up, bash, rough up
pestare {vt}  :: to crush, grind, pound
pestare {vt}  :: to trample, step on, tread on
pestar l'acqua nel mortaio {v} [idiom]  :: To do something useless; to waste time
pestata {n}  :: A paste made by grinding ingredients
pestata {n}  :: A pounding or beating
pestata {n}  :: A trample
pestatoio {m}  :: pestle
pestatura {f}  :: beating
pestatura {f}  :: crushing
pestatura {f}  :: grinding
peste {f}  :: pest, nuisance (person)
peste {f}  :: plague
peste {f}  :: urchin (mischievous child)
pestello {f}  :: pestle
peste suina {f} [veterinary medicine]  :: swine fever
pesticida {adj}  :: pesticidal
pesticida {m}  :: pesticide
pestifero {adj}  :: noxious (smell)
pestifero {adj}  :: pestilential, pestiferous
pestilenza {f}  :: plague, pestilence
pestilenza {f}  :: stench
pestilenziale {adj}  :: noxious (smell)
pesto {adj}  :: black
pesto {adj}  :: crushed, ground, beaten
pesto {adj}  :: pitch
pesto {m} [foods]  :: pesto
pestone {m}  :: pounder (tool)
pestone {m}  :: treading, trampling
pestoso {adj} [pathology]  :: plague (attributive)
petalo {m} [botany]  :: A petal
petaloideo {adj} [botany]  :: petaloid
petametro {m}  :: petametre
petardo {m}  :: cracker, firecracker, banger, petard
petauro {m}  :: sugar glider (of genus Petaurus)
petecchia {f} [pathology]  :: petechia
petecchiale {adj}  :: petechial
petit-gris {m}  :: fur of the gray squirrel
petitorio {adj} [legal]  :: petitory
petizione {f}  :: petition
peto {m}  :: fart, toot
petraia {f}  :: heap of stones
petraia {f}  :: quarry
Petralli {prop}  :: Italian surname
Petrarca {prop}  :: Petrarch
petrarcheggiante {adj}  :: imitative of the style of Petrarch
petrarchescamente {adv}  :: in the manner of Petrarch
petrarchesco {adj}  :: Petrarchan
petrarchismo {m}  :: Petrarchism
petrarchista {f}  :: Petrarchist
petrarchistico {adj}  :: Petrarchan
Petrassi {prop}  :: Italian surname
Petrassi {prop}  :: Goffredo Petrassi, Italian composer
petrello {m}  :: petrel
petrello di Madera {m}  :: Zino's petrel
petriera {f} [military]  :: petrary
petrinale {m} [military]  :: petronel
petro- {prefix}  :: petro- (all senses)
petrodollaro {m}  :: petrodollar
petrogenesi {f} [geology]  :: petrogenesis
petroglifo {m}  :: petroglyph
petrografia {f}  :: petrography
petrografico {adj}  :: petrographic
petrografo {m}  :: petrographer
petrolato {m}  :: petrolatum; petroleum jelly
petrolchimica {f}  :: petrochemical industry
petrolchimico {adj}  :: petrochemical
petrolchimico {m}  :: petrochemical
petroldollaro {m}  :: petrodollar (Variant of petrodollaro)
petroliera {f}  :: tanker, oil tanker
petroliere {m}  :: oilman (worker in the oil industry)
petroliero {adj}  :: oil (attributive)
petrolifero {adj}  :: oil, petroleum (attributive)
petrolio {m}  :: paraffin (oil), kerosene
petrolio {m}  :: petroleum, (with the same meaning) oil
petrologia {f} [geology]  :: petrology
petrologico {adj}  :: petrological
Petronio {prop}  :: Petronius
petrosità {f}  :: stoniness
petroso {adj}  :: hard (as stone)
petroso {adj}  :: rocky, stony
pe-tsai {m}  :: bok choy (Chinese cabbage)
pettazzurro {m}  :: bluethroat
pettegola {f}  :: gossip (female)
pettegola {f}  :: redshank, properly the common redshank
pettegolando {v}  :: gerund of pettegolare
pettegolare {vi}  :: To gossip
pettegolezzo {m}  :: gossip (talk)
pettegolio {m}  :: gossiping, chatter (continuous talk)
pettegolo {adj}  :: gossipy
pettegolo {m}  :: gossip
pettinando {v}  :: gerund of pettinare
pettinandosi {v}  :: gerund of pettinarsi
pettinare {vt} [industry]  :: to comb, card, tease, hackle
pettinare {vt} [of hair]  :: to comb, dress
pettinarsi {vr}  :: to comb one's hair, to arrange one's hair, to do one's hair
pettinata {f}  :: comb, combing
pettinato {adj}  :: carded
pettinato {adj}  :: combed
pettinato {m}  :: worsted
pettinatore {m}  :: comber (person)
pettinatrice {f}  :: comber (machine)
pettinatura {f}  :: combing or carding of yarn
pettinatura {f}  :: hairstyle, hairdo
pettine {m}  :: comb
pettine {m}  :: reed
pettirosso {m}  :: robin - bird
petto {m}  :: breast (especially of chicken etc)
petto {m}  :: chest (anatomical)
pettola {f} [especially, in plural]  :: Deep-fried, savoury doughnut(s)
pettolina {f}  :: A small pettola
pettorale {adj}  :: pectoral
pettorina {f}  :: bib
pettoruto {adj}  :: broad-chested (man)
pettoruto {adj}  :: buxom (woman)
petulante {adj}  :: petulant
petulantemente {adv}  :: petulantly
petulanza {f}  :: petulance
petunia {f}  :: petunia (flower)
pezza {f}  :: bolt (of cloth)
pezza {f} [heraldry]  :: ordinary
pezza {f}  :: patch (of fabric)
pezza {f}  :: rag
Pezzali {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pezzali {prop}  :: Max Pezzali, Italian singer
pezzato {adj}  :: piebald
pezzato {m}  :: piebald (horse)
pezzatura {f}  :: size
pezzatura {f}  :: spots, dapple
pezzente {mf}  :: beggar
pezzente {mf}  :: miser
pezzente {mf}  :: wretch
pezzettino {m}  :: little piece, bit
pezzetto {m}  :: small piece, bit
pezzo {m}  :: piece
pezzo {m}  :: plot
pezzo grosso {m}  :: boss, chief, leader, master, top banana, big cheese, big enchilada, big kahuna, grand poobah, head honcho, kingpin, muckety muck, top dog
pezzo grosso {m} [idiomatic]  :: big shot, big wheel, bigwig,
pezzotto {m}  :: patchwork carpet
pezzuola {f}  :: large handkerchief
pezzuola {f}  :: rag
PG {initialism} [dated]  :: Perugia (on car number plates)
P.G. {initialism}  :: procura generale
PG {initialism}  :: procura generale
P.G. {initialism}  :: procuratore generale
PG {initialism}  :: procuratore generale
phi {m}  :: phi (Greek letter)
philofobia {f}  :: philophobia
pH-metro {m}  :: pH meter
pHmetro {m}  :: pH meter (variant of pH-metro)
phon {m}  :: hairdryer
piè {m}  :: apocopic form of piede
piè {m} [poetic]  :: foot
piè {m}  :: The footer, in a printed document
pi {m}  :: pi (Greek letter)
più {adj}  :: more
più {adv}  :: comparative of molto, (more)
più {prep}  :: plus
piaccametro {m}  :: alternative form of pH-metro
piacendo {v}  :: gerund of piacere
piacendosi {v}  :: gerund of piacersi
piacente {adj}  :: attractive, pleasing
piacentemente {adv}  :: attractively, pleasingly
Piacentini {prop}  :: Italian surname
piacentiniano {adj}  :: Related to Piacenza
piacentino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Piacenza
piacentino {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Piacenza
Piacenza {prop}  :: Piacenza (province)
Piacenza {prop}  :: Piacenza (town)
piacer {n}  :: apocopic form of piacere
piacer {v}  :: apocopic form of piacere
piacere {interj}  :: pleased to meet you
piacere {m}  :: delight
piacere {m}  :: favour, kindness
piacere {m}  :: pleasure, enjoyment
piacere {vi}  :: (followed by a or preceded by an indirect object) to be pleasing to (usually translated into English as like with exchange of the subject and object)
piacere {vi}  :: to be fond of
piacersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of piacere
piacersi {v}  :: to be interested in, attracted to, each other
piacersi {v}  :: to please oneself
piacevole {adj}  :: pleasing, pleasant, agreeable
piacevolezza {f}  :: pleasantness
piacevolezza {f}  :: pleasure
piacevolissimo {adj}  :: Very pleasant
piacevolmente {adv}  :: pleasantly, agreeably
piacibile {adj}  :: pleasant, enjoyable
piacimento {m}  :: pleasure, satisfaction
piaciona {f}  :: Woman who is trying to please to everyone; likeable woman but also brown-noser
piacione {m}  :: Person who is trying to please to everyone; likeable person but also brown-noser or yes man
piada {f}  :: A thin flatbread, typically prepared in the Romagna region
piadina {f}  :: A thin flatbread, typically prepared in the Romagna region
piaga {f}  :: curse
piaga {f}  :: plague
piaga {f}  :: sore, scab
piagando {v}  :: gerund of piagare
piagandosi {v}  :: gerund of piagarsi
piagare {vt}  :: To produce sores, to wound, to hurt
piagarsi {vr}  :: To develop or produce sores
piagato {adj}  :: Covered in sores
piaggeria {f}  :: flattery, adulation
piaggia {f} [archaic]  :: stretch of flat terrain interrupting a slope
piaggia {f} [archaic]  :: stretch of sloping terrain, slope
piaggiamento {m}  :: flattery, toadyism
piaggiando {v}  :: gerund of piaggiare
piaggiare {vt} [literary]  :: To fawn, flatter or adulate
piaggiatore {m}  :: flatterer, toady
piagnisteo {m}  :: wailing
piagnisteo {m}  :: whine
piagnisteo {m}  :: whining, whimpering
piagnone {m}  :: A person who is constantly crying or lamenting
piagnucolamento {m}  :: whimpering, whining
piagnucolando {v}  :: gerund of piagnucolare
piagnucolare {vi}  :: To whine, wail or whimper
piagnucolio {m}  :: whimpering, whining
piagnucolio {m}  :: whine
piagnucolone {m}  :: moaner, whiner
piagnucolosamente {adv}  :: querulously, with whining
piagnucoloso {adj}  :: whining, whimpering, moaning
piagoso {adj}  :: Covered in sores
pialla {f}  :: plane (tool)
piallaccio {m}  :: veneer
piallando {v}  :: gerund of piallare
piallare {vt}  :: To plane (woodworking)
piallatore {m}  :: planer (person)
piallatrice {f}  :: planing machine
piallatura {f}  :: planing
pialletto {m}  :: float (plasterer's trowel)
pialletto {m}  :: jack plane (carpenter's tool)
piallone {m}  :: trying plane (carpenter's tool)
pia madre {n}  :: pia mater
piamadre {n}  :: alternative form of pia madre
piamente {adv}  :: charitably
piamente {adv}  :: piously, devoutly
pian {adv}  :: apocopic form of piano
piana {f}  :: plain
pianale {m}  :: flatbed (of a vehicle)
pianale {m}  :: plain (flat countryside)
pianale {m}  :: shelf
pianalto {m} [geology]  :: A plane, in the Alpine foothills formed by the meeting of glaciers
piana salina {f}  :: salt flat
pianeggiando {v}  :: gerund of pianeggiare
pianeggiante {adj}  :: flat, level
pianeggiare {vi}  :: To be flat or level
pianeggiare {vt}  :: To level off or smooth down
pianella {f}  :: mule (heelless slipper)
pianella {f}  :: tile (paving or roof)
pianerottolo {m}  :: landing, stoop (platform in a staircase)
pianerottolo {m}  :: (Northeastern US, Canada) stoop (The staircase and landing or porch leading to the entrance of a residence)
pianeta {m}  :: planet
pianeta nano {m} [astronomy]  :: dwarf planet
pianeta rosso {m}  :: The red planet
pianetino {m}  :: planetoid
piangendo {v}  :: gerund of piangere
piangendosi {v}  :: gerund of piangersi
piangente {adj}  :: crying, weeping
piangente {adj}  :: plaintive
pianger {v}  :: apocopic form of piangere
piangere {vit}  :: to weep, cry
piangersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of piangere
piangersi {v}  :: to cry, weep
pianificabile {adj}  :: That can be planned
pianificabilità {f}  :: The condition of what can be planned
pianificando {v}  :: gerund of pianificare
pianificare {vt}  :: To plan, to programme
pianificato {adj}  :: planned
pianificatore {adj}  :: planning (attributive)
pianificatore {m}  :: planner
pianificazione {f}  :: planning
pianissimo {adv}  :: Superlative of piano
pianista {f}  :: pianist (female)
pianista {m}  :: pianist (male)
pianistico {adj}  :: piano (attributive)
piano {adj}  :: flat, level
piano {adj}  :: penultimate accented
piano {adj}  :: plain
piano {adj}  :: plane
piano {adj}  :: soft
piano {adv}  :: carefully
piano {adv}  :: slowly
piano {m}  :: floor, storey [British], story [US] (of a building)
piano {m}  :: piano (musical instrument)
piano {m}  :: plane
piano {m}  :: plan, tactic, stratagem, scheme, plot
pianoconcavo {adj} [optics]  :: planoconcave
pianoconvesso {adj} [optics]  :: planoconvex
pianoforte {m}  :: piano, pianoforte
pianola {f} [musical instruments]  :: player piano
piano-parallelo {adj} [maths]  :: plane-parallel
piano piano {adv}  :: little by little, slowly
pianoro {m}  :: plateau, tableland
pianoterra {m}  :: Variant of pianterreno
pianparallelo {adj}  :: alternative form of piano-parallelo
pian piano {adv}  :: little by little, slowly
pianta {f}  :: [in a shoe or foot] sole
pianta {f}  :: map
pianta {f}  :: plant, tree
piantabile {adj}  :: plantable
pianta da appartamento {f}  :: houseplant
pianta d'appartamento {f}  :: houseplant
piantaggine {f}  :: plantain (Plantago lanceolata)
piantagione {f}  :: plantation
piantagrane {mf}  :: hellion
piantagrane {mf}  :: troublemaker
piantamento {m}  :: planting
piantana {f}  :: pole (scaffolding)
piantana {f}  :: standard lamp
piantana {f}  :: upright
piantando {v}  :: gerund of piantare
piantandosi {v}  :: gerund of piantarsi
pianta perenne {f} [botany]  :: perennial (plant)
piantare {vt}  :: to hammer, drive, stick into
piantare {vt}  :: to jilt
piantare {vt}  :: to plant, sow
piantare le tende {v}  :: to settle down
piantarla {v}  :: to stop or give up an activity; to leave off
piantarsi {vr} [informal]  :: to break up [a loving relationship]
piantarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of piantare
piantarsi {vr}  :: to be implanted
piantarsi {vr}  :: to enter
piantata {f} [agriculture]  :: planting
piantato {adj}  :: planted
piantatoio {m}  :: dibber
piantatore {m}  :: planter (person)
piantatrice {f}  :: planter (female)
piantatrice {f}  :: planter (machine)
piantatura {f}  :: A planting
pian terreno {m}  :: alternative spelling of pianterreno
pianterreno {m}  :: ground floor, first floor (floor at the level of the street)
pianticella {f}  :: seedling
piantina {f}  :: A map or a small map
piantina {f}  :: A seedling or a young plant
pianto {m}  :: crying, weeping
piantonaia {f}  :: nursery (for plants)
piantonaio {m}  :: alternative form of piantonaia
piantonamento {m}  :: guarding (watching over)
piantonando {v}  :: gerund of piantonare
piantonare {vt}  :: To guard or watch over
piantone {m} [agriculture]  :: shoot, scion, sucker
piantone {m} [automobiles]  :: steering column
piantone {m}  :: guard
piantone dello sterzo {m} [automobiles]  :: steering column
piantumando {v}  :: gerund of piantumare
piantumare {vt}  :: To plant (a garden or orchard)
piantumato {adj}  :: planted
piantumazione {f}  :: planting (especially of trees)
piantume {m}  :: cultivated trees
pianura {f}  :: plain
pianuzza {f}  :: plaice
piastra {f}  :: hotplate
piastra {f} [military]  :: The baseplate of a mortar
piastra {f}  :: piastre (money)
piastra {f}  :: sheet, plate (of metal etc)
piastra {f}  :: slab
piastra {f}  :: The firing mechanism in antique firearms
piastrella {f}  :: tile
piastrellaio {m}  :: tile maker or layer
piastrellamento {m}  :: bouncing
piastrellando {v}  :: gerund of piastrellare
piastrellare {vi}  :: To bounce
piastrellare {vt}  :: To tile
piastrellista {m}  :: tile maker or layer
piastretta {f}  :: frizzen
piastrina {f}  :: die
piastrina {f}  :: platelet (in the blood)
piastrina {f}  :: tag (ID)
piastrinico {adj} [medicine]  :: platelet (attributive)
piastrino {m}  :: platelet (in the blood)
piastrino {m}  :: plate, plaque (on a wall)
piastrino {m}  :: tag (around the neck)
piastrinopatia {f} [pathology]  :: platelet disorder or disease
piastrinopenia {f} [pathology]  :: thrombocytopenia, thrombopenia
piastrinosi {f} [pathology]  :: thrombocytosis
piastrone {m}  :: plastron
piastrone {m}  :: slab
piatendo {v}  :: gerund of piatire
piatire {vi}  :: To complain
piatire {vt} [legal]  :: To sue
piatire {vt}  :: To beg or nag
piattabanda {f} [architecture]  :: platband, lintel
piattaforma {f}  :: A platform (all senses)
piattaformismo {m} [philosophy]  :: platformism
piattaformista {f} [philosophy]  :: platformist
piattaia {f}  :: dish rack, plate rack
piattamente {adv}  :: insignificantly, expressionlessly, unimaginatively
piattello {m}  :: plate, disk
piattello {m} [sports]  :: clay pigeon
piattezza {f}  :: flatness (all senses)
piattina {f} [electricity]  :: twin lead
piattina {f}  :: strap (of metal)
piattino {m}  :: saucer (small dish)
piatto {adj}  :: flat
piatto {m}  :: dish (object or food item)
piatto {m} [musici]  :: cymbal
piatto {m}  :: plate
piatto {m}  :: platter, turntable
piatto fondo {m}  :: soup plate
piattola {f} [by extension]  :: pain in the neck
piattola {f}  :: crab louse, crab (insect)
piattola {f} [regional]  :: cockroach
Piave {prop}  :: A river in the Veneto that was the scene of heavy fighting in World War I
piazza {f}  :: market
piazza {f}  :: space, post
piazza {f}  :: square
piazzaforte {f}  :: fortified town
piazzaforte {f}  :: stronghold, fort
piazzaiolo {m}  :: vulgar or coarse person
piazzale {m}  :: A large, open square in a city (Capitalized if named e.g. Piazzale Roma in Venice)
piazzale {m}  :: service area on a motorway etc
piazzamento {m}  :: place
piazzamento {m}  :: placing
piazzando {v}  :: gerund of piazzare
piazzandosi {v}  :: gerund of piazzarsi
piazzare {vt}  :: to land (a punch)
piazzare {vt}  :: to place or put
piazzare {vt}  :: to sell
piazzarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of piazzare
piazzarsi {vr} [sports]  :: to come, be placed
piazzarsi {vr}  :: to settle oneself, place oneself, plonk oneself
piazzetta {f}  :: A small square in a city, or a small extension to a piazza (Capitalized if named e.g. Piazzetta San Marco in Venice)
piazzista {f}  :: salesman / saleswoman
piazzista {f}  :: sales representative
piazzola {f}  :: green (area around the hole in golf)
piazzola {f}  :: gun emplacement
piazzola {f}  :: lay-by (at the side of a highway)
piazzola {f}  :: loading bay
piazzola {f}  :: ramp, apron (parking places for aircraft at an airport)
piazzuola {f}  :: alternative form of piazzola
picaresco {adj}  :: picaresque
picassesco {adj}  :: Picassoesque
picca {f} [in the plural]  :: spades (suite of playing cards)
picca {f}  :: pike
picca {f}  :: pique, obstinancy, stubbornness, animosity
piccando {v}  :: gerund of piccarsi
piccandosi {v}  :: gerund of piccarsi
piccante {adj} [of cheese]  :: strong
piccante {adj} [of food]  :: spicy, hot
piccante {adj}  :: piquant
piccante {adj}  :: risqué, titillating
piccantissimo {adj}  :: Very spicy, very hot
Piccardia {prop}  :: Picardy
piccardo {adj}  :: Picardy (attributive)
piccardo {m}  :: dialect of Picardy (masculine singular only)
piccardo {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Picardy
piccare {vi}  :: To peak
piccarsi {vr}  :: to claim [to do something]
piccarsi {vr}  :: to take offense
piccata {f}  :: a dish of escalope of veal fried in butter with parsley and lemon
piccata {f}  :: prick (act of pricking)
piccato {adj}  :: resentful
picchè {m}  :: piqué
picchettaggio {m}  :: picketing (by strikers)
picchettamento {m}  :: picketing
picchettamento {m}  :: staking out
picchettando {v}  :: gerund of picchettare
picchettare {vt}  :: to picket
picchettare {vt}  :: to stake out [plants]
picchettatura {f}  :: staking out
picchettazione {f}  :: staking out
picchetto {m}  :: picket
picchetto {m}  :: stake, peg
picchiaduro {m}  :: fighting game (genre of video game)
picchiando {v}  :: gerund of picchiare
picchiandosi {v}  :: gerund of picchiarsi
picchiare {vi}  :: to beat, to knock, to thump, to tap, to bang
picchiare {vi}  :: to insist
picchiare {vi}  :: to pound, throb
picchiare {vt}  :: to beat, to hit, to thrash, to hammer
picchiare {vt}  :: to strike, to bang, to pat, to tap
picchiare in testa {v} [engine]  :: to hammer of engine's valves
picchiarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of picchiare
picchiarsi {vr}  :: to beat oneself
picchiarsi {vr}  :: to fight, have a fight
picchiata {f}  :: nosedive
picchiatello {m}  :: crackpot
picchiatore {m} [boxing]  :: slugger
picchiatore {m}  :: thug, goon, beater
picchiere {m}  :: pikeman
picchierellando {v}  :: gerund of picchierellare
picchierellare {vit}  :: to tap, drum (on)
picchiettando {v}  :: gerund of picchiettare
picchiettare {vi}  :: To patter
picchiettare {vi}  :: To tap (make a tapping sound)
picchiettare {vt}  :: To spot, dab, dot or fleck
picchiettatura {f}  :: pattering
picchiettatura {f}  :: tapping
picchiettio {m}  :: patter, pattering, tapping, drumming
picchio {m}  :: rapping, tapping, knocking
picchio {m}  :: rap, tap, knock
picchio {m}  :: woodpecker
picchio cenerino {m}  :: grey-headed woodpecker
picchio muraiolo {m}  :: wallcreeper
picchio muratore {m}  :: Eurasian nuthatch
picchio rosso maggiore {n}  :: great spotted woodpecker
picchio tridattilo {m}  :: three-toed woodpecker, properly the Eurasian three-toed woodpecker
picchiotto {m}  :: knocker (on a door)
picchiotto {m}  :: nuthatch (of family Sittidae)
picchio verde {m}  :: green woodpecker
piccina {f} [informal]  :: little one (young child)
piccineria {f}  :: pettiness, meanness, small-mindedness
piccinina {f}  :: dressmaker's apprentice
Piccinni {prop}  :: Italian surname
Piccinni {prop}  :: Niccolò Piccinni, Italian composer
piccino {adj}  :: little, small, tiny
piccino {m} [informal]  :: little one (young child)
picciolato {adj} [botany]  :: pedunculate, pedunculated, stalked
picciolo {m} [botany]  :: stalk
piccionaia {f}  :: loft
piccionaia {f}  :: pigeon loft
piccionaia {f}  :: The gods (in a theatre)
piccioncino {m}  :: lovebird (all senses)
piccione {m}  :: A pigeon; more accurately the rock pigeon, feral pigeon or domestic pigeon
picciotto {m}  :: A member of Garibaldi's army that liberated Sicily
picciotto {m}  :: A young man, especially a young mafioso
picco {m} [figuratively]  :: peak, high
picco {m} [geography]  :: peak, summit
picco {m}  :: peak (of a graph)
picco del petrolio {m}  :: peak oil
piccola {f} [idiomatic]  :: A small glass of beer (In full, una birra piccola)
piccoletto {adj}  :: Short (in stature)
piccoletto {m}  :: A short person
piccolezza {f}  :: meanness
piccolezza {f}  :: smallness
piccolezza {f}  :: trifle (small, unimportant thing)
piccolina {f}  :: little one (young child)
piccolino {adj}  :: small, tiny
piccolino {m}  :: little one (young child)
piccolissimo {adj}  :: smallest
piccolo {adj}  :: little
piccolo {adj}  :: small
piccolo {adj}  :: young
piccolo male {m} [pathology]  :: petit mal
piccolo trocantere {m} [skeleton]  :: lesser trochanter
picconando {v}  :: gerund of picconare
picconare {vit}  :: To criticize severely
picconare {vit}  :: To pickax
picconata {f}  :: blow with a pickaxe
picconata {f} [by extension]  :: harsh criticism
picconatrice {f}  :: pneumatic pick
piccone {m}  :: pickaxe / pickax, pick
picconiere {m}  :: labourer (who wields a pickaxe)
piccosamente {adv}  :: peevishly
piccosità {f}  :: peevishness
piccosità {f}  :: stubbornness
piccoso {adj}  :: stubborn
piccoso {adj}  :: touchy, peevish
piccozza {f}  :: ice axe / ice ax
Piceni {prop}  :: Picentes
Picenti {prop}  :: Picentes
più che altro {adv}  :: mainly, above all, mostly
pici {n}  :: pici
picnic {m}  :: picnic (outdoor meal)
picnoclino {m}  :: pycnocline
picnometro {m}  :: pycnometer, density bottle
picnosi {f}  :: pyknosis
picnotico {adj}  :: pyknotic
picolinato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: picolinate
picometro {m}  :: picometre
picrato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: picrate
picrico {adj}  :: picric
picrotossina {f}  :: picrotoxin
pidduista {f}  :: alternative form of piduista
pidiessino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Partito Democratico della Sinistra (Democratic Party of the Left), an Italian dissolved political party
pidiessino {m}  :: A member of this party
pidocchieria {f}  :: meanness, stinginess
pidocchio {m}  :: louse
pidocchiosamente {adv}  :: lousily
pidocchioso {adj}  :: lousy (in all meanings)
piduismo {m}  :: The activities of the P2 masonic lodge
piduista {f}  :: Member of the Masonic lodge P2
piùe {prep} [tcx, poetic]  :: obsolete form of più
piedarm {interj} [military]  :: order arms
piedarm {m} [military]  :: order arms
pied-de-poule {m}  :: houndstooth (check pattern)
piede {m}  :: foot
piede d'atleta {m} [disease]  :: athlete's foot
piede dell'atleta {m}  :: Variant of piede d'atleta
piede di corvo {m}  :: caltrop (metal object)
piede di porco {m}  :: crowbar
piedestallo {m}  :: Variant of piedistallo
piedino {m}  :: An insert placed at the foot of a column or page of a newspaper
piedino {m}  :: A small terminal in an electronic assembly
piedino {m}  :: The part of a sewing machine that holds the fabric in place
piedipiatti {mf} [slang]  :: cop, flatfoot
piedistallo {m}  :: pedestal
piedritto {m} [architecture]  :: pier (vertical support)
piega {f}  :: crease
piega {f}  :: fold
piega {f}  :: pleat
piega {f}  :: tuck
piega {f}  :: twist
piegabaffi {m}  :: snood
piegabile {adj}  :: folding
piegabile {adj}  :: pliable, foldable
piegaciglia {m}  :: eyelash curler
piegaferro {m}  :: Device that, or person who bends steel bars (for use in reinforced concrete)
piegamento {m}  :: bending
piegamento {m}  :: folding
piegando {v}  :: gerund of piegare
piegandosi {v}  :: gerund of piegarsi
piegare {vt} [sports]  :: to defeat
piegare {vt}  :: to bend
piegare {vt}  :: to fold
piegare {vt}  :: to fold up
piegarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of piegare
piegarsi {v}  :: to bend, droop
piegarsi {v}  :: to submit, yield
piegatore {m}  :: folder, bender (person)
piegatrice {f}  :: folder, bender (machine)
piegatura {f}  :: fold
piegatura {f}  :: folding, bending
piegatura {f}  :: warp
pieghettando {v}  :: gerund of pieghettare
pieghettare {vt}  :: To pleat
pieghettatura {f}  :: pleating, crimping
pieghettatura {f}  :: pleats
pieghevole {adj}  :: folding
pieghevole {adj}  :: pliable, bendable
pieghevole {adj}  :: yielding
pieghevolezza {f}  :: pliability, flexibility
pieghevolmente {adv}  :: pliably
pieghevolmente {adv}  :: yieldingly
pielite {f} [pathology]  :: pyelitis
pielografia {f}  :: pyelography
pielonefrite {f} [pathology]  :: pyelonephritis
pieloscopia {f}  :: pyeloscopy
Piemonte {prop}  :: Piedmont
piemontese {adj}  :: Piedmontese
piemontese {mf}  :: Piedmontese
piemontesità {f}  :: The property of being Piedmontese, Piedmontese spirit or essence
piena {f}  :: crowd, throng
piena {f}  :: flood, spate (condition of a river)
pienamente {adv}  :: fully, completely, absolutely, quite
pienezza {f}  :: fullness
pienissimo {adj}  :: Very full; full up
pieno {adj}  :: full
pieno {adj}  :: full up (with food)
pieno come un uovo {adj}  :: full up
pienone {m}  :: full house (crown of people filling a place)
pienotto {adj}  :: plump, chubby
pieno zeppo {adj}  :: full up [after a large meal]
Piera {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Piero
Pierangelo {prop}  :: male given name
pieride {f}  :: andromeda, a genus of shrubs
pieride {f}  :: pierid, a genus of butterflies
pierino {m}  :: scamp (impertinent child)
Pierino {prop}  :: Dennis the Menace (character)
Pierino {prop}  :: Little Johnny (character)
Pierluigi {prop}  :: male given name
Piero {prop}  :: male given name; equivalent to English-language Peter
Piero {prop}  :: Peter [biblical character]
Piero {prop}  :: the Epistle of Peter
pierre {mf}  :: Person who works in public relations
pierrot {m}  :: A person dressed in a Pierrot costume
pietà {f}  :: piety
pietà {f}  :: pity, compassion, godliness
pietanza {f}  :: dish, course (of a meal)
pietate {f}  :: obsolete form of pietà
pietismo {m}  :: pietism, Pietism
pietista {f}  :: bigot
pietista {f}  :: Pietist
pietisticamente {adv}  :: pietistically
pietistico {adj}  :: pietistic
pietosamente {adv}  :: mercifully
pietosamente {adv}  :: pitifully, pathetically
pietoso {adj}  :: merciful, compassionate
pietra {f}  :: stone
pietra di paragone {f}  :: touchstone
pietra focaia {f}  :: flint
pietraia {f}  :: pile of stones
pietraia {f}  :: scree
pietraia {f}  :: stone quarry
pietraia {f}  :: stony ground
pietrame {m}  :: (heap of) stones
pietra miliare {f}  :: milestone
Pietrapana {prop}  :: An alpine mountain now called Pania della Croce
pietra preziosa {f}  :: gem
pietra preziosa {f}  :: precious stone
pietra tombale {f}  :: ledger
pietra tombale {f}  :: tombstone
pietrificando {v}  :: gerund of pietrificare
pietrificandosi {v}  :: gerund of pietrificarsi
pietrificare {vt}  :: To petrify (all senses)
pietrificarsi {vr}  :: To be petrified (all senses)
pietrificazione {f}  :: petrification
pietrina {f}  :: flint (for a lighter)
pietrisco {m}  :: road metal, gravel, rubble
Pietro {prop}  :: male given name; equivalent to English-language Peter
Pietro {prop}  :: Peter [biblical character]
Pietro {prop}  :: the Epistle of Peter
pietrosità {f}  :: stoniness
pietrosità {f}  :: stony ground
pietroso {adj}  :: stony, stone (attributive)
pievania {f}  :: parish
pievania {f}  :: parsonage
pievania {f}  :: rectory
pievano {m}  :: Variant of piovano
pieve {f} [southern and central Italy]  :: A rural parish church
pieveloce {m}  :: A swift-footed person
piezo- {prefix}  :: piezo-
piezoelettricità {f} [physics]  :: piezoelectricity
piezoelettrico {adj}  :: piezoelectric
piezometrico {adj}  :: piezometric
piezometro {m}  :: piezometer
pifferaia {f}  :: piper (female)
pifferaio {m}  :: piper
piffero {m}  :: fife
Pigafetta {prop}  :: Antonio Pigafetta, Italian scholar and explorer
Pigafetta {prop}  :: Italian surname
pigiama {m}  :: pyjamas
pigiamino {m}  :: sleepsuit
pigiando {v}  :: gerund of pigiare
pigiapigia {m}  :: crowd, throng
pigiare {vt}  :: to press
pigiare {vt}  :: to tread (grapes)
pigiatore {m}  :: A person who treads grapes for making wine
pigiatrice {f}  :: wine press
pigiatura {f}  :: Pressing, treading, of grapes
pigidio {m}  :: pygidium
pigionale {mf}  :: tenant
pigionante {mf}  :: A lodger
pigionante {mf}  :: A person who lives in rented accommodation
pigione {f}  :: rent
pigliabile {adj}  :: grabbable
pigliamosche {m}  :: flycatcher, properly the spotted flycatcher
pigliamosche {m}  :: Venus flytrap
pigliando {v}  :: gerund of pigliare
pigliare {vt}  :: A more familiar form of prendere, to take
pigliatutto {adj}  :: all-conquering
pigliatutto {adj}  :: catch-all
piglio {m}  :: look, countenance
pigmalione {m}  :: talent scout
Pigmalione {prop}  :: Pygmalion
pigmea {f}  :: pygmy (female)
pigmentando {v}  :: gerund of pigmentare
pigmentandosi {v}  :: gerund of pigmentarsi
pigmentare {vt}  :: To pigmentate
pigmentarsi {vr}  :: To pigment
pigmentazione {f}  :: pigmentation
pigmento {m}  :: pigment
pigmeo {adj}  :: pygmy
pigmeo {m}  :: pygmy
pigna {f}  :: pine cone
pignatta {f}  :: cooking pot
pignatta {f}  :: hollow block (for building)
Pignatti {prop}  :: Italian surname
pigneta {f}  :: (Variant of: pineta) pinewood (forest)
pignolata {f}  :: Either of two Italian desserts
pignoleggiando {v}  :: gerund of pignoleggiare
pignoleggiare {vi}  :: To nitpick or quibble
pignoleria {f}  :: fastidiousness, fussiness
pignolo {adj}  :: fussy, fastidious, pernickety
pignolo {m}  :: A fussy person
pignone {m}  :: embankment, dyke
pignone {m}  :: gable
pignone {m}  :: pinion
pignorabile {adj} [legal]  :: That can be distrained; distrainable
pignorabilità {f} [legal]  :: Property of being subject to distraint
pignoramento {m} [legal]  :: distraint
pignorando {v}  :: gerund of pignorare
pignorante {adj}  :: distraining
pignorare {vt} [legal]  :: To distrain
pignoratario {m} [legal]  :: distrainor
pignoratizio {adj} [legal]  :: pledged
pigo {m}  :: kind of freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae (Rutilus Pigus)
pigolamento {m}  :: cheeping, chirping
pigolando {v}  :: gerund of pigolare
pigolare {v}  :: to cheep
pigolare {v}  :: to chirp
pigolio {m}  :: cheeping, chirping
pigramente {adv}  :: lazily
pi greco {m}  :: pi (mathematical constant)
pigrissimo {adj}  :: Very lazy
pigrizia {f}  :: laziness, idleness
pigro {adj}  :: lazy
pigrona {f}  :: (female) lazybones, slouch
pigrone {m}  :: lazybones, slouch
PIL {initialism}  :: GDP (prodotto interno lordo)
pila {f}  :: basin
pila {f}  :: battery (electrical)
pila {f}  :: pile (all senses)
pila {f}  :: pile (Template:heraldry One of the standard geometric designs placed across the center of a coat of arms, such as a pale or fess)
pila {f}  :: torch / flashlight
pila Bunsen {n}  :: Bunsen pile
pila Bunsen {n} [chemistry]  :: An early electrical battery using multiple cells of zinc and graphite in dilute chromic acid
Pilade {prop}  :: Pylades
pilastrata {f}  :: pilastrade
pilastrata {f}  :: pillars, pilasters
pilastrino {m}  :: A small column or pillar (especially one of a series)
pilastro {m}  :: obelisk
pilastro {m}  :: pilaster
pilastro {m}  :: pillar, column
pilatesco {adj}  :: harsh, cruel
Pilato {prop}  :: Pilate
pilatura {f}  :: husking
pile {m}  :: fleece (all senses)
pileato {adj}  :: Wearing a pileo (pileus)
pileo {m}  :: pileus
pileoriza {f} [botany]  :: pileorhiza, calyptra
pilifero {adj}  :: piliferous, hair (attributive), hairy
pillacchera {f}  :: splatter or limp of mud
pillaccheroso {adj}  :: mud-splattered
pillola {f}  :: contraceptive pill, the pill
pillola {f}  :: pill
pillola del giorno dopo {f}  :: morning-after pill
pillolina {f}  :: Little pill; contraceptive pill
pilone {m}  :: pier (of a bridge)
pilone {m}  :: pylon (electrical)
pilone {m} [rugby]  :: prop
pilorico {adj} [anatomy]  :: pyloric
piloro {m} [anatomy]  :: pylorus
pilorospasmo {m}  :: pylorospasm
pilota {adj}  :: pilot (attributive)
pilota {f}  :: driver (vehicle)
pilota {f}  :: pilot (aircraft or ship)
pilotabile {adj}  :: steerable
pilotabile {adj}  :: that can be manipulated or influenced
pilotaggio {m}  :: navigation
pilotaggio {m}  :: piloting
pilotando {v}  :: gerund of pilotare
pilotare {vt}  :: to drive [vehicle]
pilotare {vt}  :: to pilot [aircraft or ship]
pilotina {f} [nautical]  :: pilot cutter
piluccare {vt}  :: To pick, pick at, peck or nibble
piluccone {m}  :: A person who picks at his food
pimentando {v}  :: gerund of pimentare
pimentare {v}  :: to spice up (To enhance the flavour of something by adding spice to it)
pimento {m}  :: allspice
pimento {m}  :: pimento
pimpante {adj}  :: lively, exuberant
pimpinella {f}  :: pimpernel (of genus Lysimachia)
pina {f} [regional, variant of pigna]  :: pine cone
Pina {prop}  :: female given name
pinacola {m}  :: A card game similar to pinochle
pinacolo {m} [organic compound]  :: pinacol
pinacoteca {f}  :: art gallery, especially one devoted to paintings
pinacoteca {f}  :: pinacotheca
pinaggio {m}  :: A process in the refining of copper in which a pine trunk is inserted into the molten metal
Pinamonte {prop}  :: Italian surname
pinastro {m}  :: maritime pine
Pincherle {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pincherle {prop}  :: Salvatore Pincherle, Italian mathematician
Pincio {prop}  :: A hill in Rome (Pincian hill)
pincopallino {m}  :: Joe Bloggs, John Doe (unknown male person)
Pinco Pallino {prop}  :: Joe Bloggs; John Doe; Joe Average
pindaricamente {adv}  :: Pindarically
pindarico {adj}  :: Pindaric (characteristic of Pindar or his works)
Pindaro {prop}  :: Pindar
Pindo {prop}  :: Pindus
pineale {adj}  :: pineal
pinene {m} [organic compound]  :: pinene
pineta {f}  :: pinewood (pine forest)
pinetina {f}  :: A small pinewood
pineto {m}  :: (Variant of pineta) pinewood (pine forest)
pingendo {v}  :: gerund of pingere
pingere {vt}  :: Variant of spingere
ping pong {m}  :: ping pong
ping-pong {m}  :: ping pong or table tennis
pingue {adj}  :: fat, chubby, plump
pingue {adj}  :: fertile
pingue {adj}  :: rich
pinguedine {f}  :: fatness, chubbiness
pinguemente {adv}  :: chubbily, plumply
pinguemente {adv}  :: fertilely
pinguemente {adv}  :: richly
pinguino {m}  :: penguin
pinguino africano {m}  :: African penguin
pinguino crestato {m}  :: erect-crested penguin
pinguino dal becco grosso {m}  :: Fiordland penguin or Fiordland crested penguin
pinguino degli antipodi {m}  :: yellow-eyed penguin
pinguino del Capo {m}  :: African penguin
pinguino del Fiordland {m}  :: Fiordland penguin or Fiordland crested penguin
pinguino delle Galapagos {m}  :: Galápagos penguin
pinguino delle Snares {m}  :: Snares penguin, Snares crested penguin or Snares Islands penguin
pinguino di Humboldt {m}  :: Humboldt penguin
pinguino di Magellano {m}  :: Magellanic penguin
pinguino fronte dorata {m}  :: macaroni penguin
pinguino imperatore {m}  :: emperor penguin
pinguino macaroni {m}  :: macaroni penguin
pinguino minore {m}  :: little penguin
pinguino occhigialli {m}  :: yellow-eyed penguin
pinguino papua {n}  :: gentoo penguin
pinguino reale {m}  :: king penguin
pinguino reale {m}  :: royal penguin
pinguino saltarocce {m}  :: rockhopper penguin
pinguino saltatore {m}  :: rockhopper penguin
pinifero {adj}  :: pine-bearing
pinifero {adj}  :: with many pine trees
pinite {f} [mineral]  :: pinite
pinna {f}  :: fin
pinna caudale {f} [zoology]  :: caudal fin
pinnacola {m}  :: pinochle (or similar card game)
pinnacolo {m}  :: pinnacle
pinnipede {m}  :: pinniped
pino {m}  :: pine, pine tree
pino {m}  :: pine, pinewood (wood of pine tree)
pinocchiata {f}  :: A type of Umbrian sweet made from pinenuts
pinocchio {m}  :: pine nut, pine kernel
pinocitosi {f} [biology]  :: pinocytosis
pinolo {m}  :: pine nut
pino marittimo {m}  :: maritime pine
pinsapo {m}  :: Spanish fir (tree)
pinta {f}  :: pint
Pinturicchio {prop}  :: Nickname of the Italian painter "Bernardino di Betto Betti"
pinza {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: pliers, pincers, tongs, forceps
pinzando {v}  :: gerund of pinzare
pinzare {vt}  :: To staple (documents)
pinzata {f}  :: staple
pinzatrice {f}  :: stapler, staple gun
pinzatura {f}  :: stapling
pinzatura {f}  :: sting, bite (of an insect)
pinzetta {f}  :: tweezers
pinzimonio {m}  :: A mixture of olive oil, pepper and salt, into which small pieces of raw vegetables are dipped
pinzochero {m}  :: bigot
pio {adj}  :: charitable
pio {adj}  :: pious, devout, prayerful
pio- {prefix}  :: pyo-
Pio {prop}  :: male given name derived from the Latin Pius
pioderma {m} [disease]  :: pyoderma
piodermite {f} [pathology]  :: pyodermitis, pyodermatitis
piogenico {adj}  :: pyogenic
piogeno {adj} [pathology]  :: pyogenic
pioggerella {f}  :: drizzle
pioggerellina {f}  :: mizzle
pioggia {f}  :: rain
piolo {m}  :: peg, stake
piolo {m}  :: rung, round (of a ladder)
piombabile {adj}  :: sealable (with lead)
piombaggine {f}  :: leadwort
piombaggine {f}  :: plumbago, graphite
piombaggio {m}  :: plombage
piombando {v}  :: gerund of piombare
piombare {vi}  :: to arrive unexpectedly; to turn up
piombare {vi}  :: to pounce (on)
piombare {vi}  :: to swoop (down) (on)
piombare {vt}  :: to fill (teeth)
piombare {vt}  :: to seal (originally with lead)
piombatura {f}  :: filling (all senses)
piombatura {f}  :: seal
piombatura {f}  :: sealing
piombemia {f} [pathology]  :: The presence of lead salts in the blood, characteristic of lead poisoning
piombifero {adj}  :: plumbiferous, lead-bearing
piombinese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Piombino (a Tuscan town) or the Piombino people
piombinese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Piombino
piombino {m}  :: seal (of lead)
piombino {m}  :: sinker (fishing weight)
piombo {m}  :: grey
piombo {m}  :: lead (metal)
piomboso {adj}  :: leaden, plumbeous
più o meno {adv}  :: more or less, approximately, around
piometra {f} [pathology]  :: pyometra
pione {m} [physics]  :: pion
pionefrosi {f} [pathology]  :: pyonephrosis
pioniera {f}  :: pioneer (feminine)
pioniere {adj}  :: pioneer (attributive), pioneering
pioniere {m}  :: pioneer, pathfinder
pioniere {m}  :: sapper
pionierismo {m}  :: pioneering attitude or action
pionieristicamente {adv}  :: pioneeringly
pionieristico {adj}  :: pioneer (attributive), pioneering
pionio {m} [physics]  :: pionium
pioppa {f}  :: Variant of pioppo
pioppaia {f}  :: poplar grove
pioppeto {m}  :: poplar grove
pioppicolo {adj}  :: poplar (attributive)
pioppicoltore {m}  :: poplar grower
pioppicoltura {f}  :: poplar growing
pioppo {m}  :: poplar (tree of the genus Populus)
pioppo {m}  :: the wood of such tree
piorrea {f} [pathology]  :: pyorrhea, pyorrhoea
piorroico {adj}  :: pyorrheal
piota {f}  :: sod, turf
piovanello {m}  :: sandpiper
Piovani {prop}  :: Italian surname
piovano {adj}  :: rain (attributive)
piovano {m}  :: parish priest
piovasco {m}  :: shower (fall of light rain)
piovendo {v}  :: gerund of piovere
piovere {v}  :: to fall (figurative)
piovere {v}  :: to rain (singular only)
piovere a catinelle {v}  :: rain cats and dogs (to rain very heavily)
piovigginando {v}  :: gerund of piovigginare
piovigginare {vt}  :: To drizzle or mizzle
pioviggine {f}  :: drizzle, mizzle
piovigginoso {adj}  :: drizzly
piovischio {m}  :: drizzle, light rain
piovosità {f}  :: rainfall
piovoso {adj}  :: rainy, wet
piovoso {m}  :: Pluviôse
piovra {f}  :: octopus
pipì {f} [informal]  :: pee, wee
pipa {f}  :: pipe
pipaio {m}  :: pipe-maker
pipando {v}  :: gerund of pipare
pipare {vit}  :: To smoke (a pipe)
pipata {f}  :: pipe smoke (instance of smoking a pipe)
piperita {adj}  :: Only used in the noun menta piperita
piperno {m} [geology]  :: A type of igneous rock found in volcanic regions
pipetta {f}  :: pipette
Pipino {prop}  :: Pippin, Pepin
pipistrello {m}  :: bat
pipita {f}  :: hangnail
pipita {f}  :: pip (disease of poultry)
pippa {f}  :: pipsqueak, squirt (person)
pippa {f}  :: wank, hand job
pippaiolo {m}  :: wanker
pippare {vt} [slang]  :: To snort or sniff (cocaine)
pippiolino {m}  :: picot
Pippo {prop}  :: Goofy (Disney character)
Pippo {prop}  :: male given name
pippolo {m}  :: pimple
pippolo {m}  :: pip, grain, seed
pira {f}  :: pyre
piragna {m}  :: piranha
piramidale {adj}  :: pyramidal
piramidale {m} [muscle]  :: pyramidalis, pyramidalis muscle
piramidale {m} [skeleton]  :: triquetral bone, triquetral, pyramidal bone
piramide {f}  :: pyramid
piramidione {m}  :: pyramidion
piramidologia {f}  :: pyramidology
piramidologo {m}  :: pyramidologist
piramidone {m}  :: pyramidon, aminophenazone
Piramo {prop}  :: Pyramus
pirandellianamente {adv}  :: In a Pirandellian manner
pirandelliano {adj}  :: Pirandellian; Pirandello (attributive)
Pirandello {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pirandello {prop}  :: Luigi Pirandello, Italian dramatist and poet
piranha {m}  :: piranha
Pirano {prop}  :: Piran (small town in Slovenia)
piranosico {adj}  :: pyranose (attributive)
piranosio {m} [carbohydrate]  :: pyranose
pirargirite {f} [mineralogy]  :: pyrargyrite
pirata {adj} [intellectual property]  :: pirated, ripped
pirata {m}  :: pirate, filibuster, buccaneer, corsair
pirata {m}  :: swindler, shark
pirata della strada {m}  :: hit-and-run driver, road hog
pirata informatico {m} [computing]  :: hacker, cracker
piratando {v}  :: gerund of piratare
piratare {vt} [computing]  :: To hack
pirateggiando {v}  :: gerund of pirateggiare
pirateggiare {vi}  :: To commit piracy
pirateria {f}  :: piracy (all senses)
piratescamente {adv}  :: piratically
piratesco {adj}  :: piratical
pirazinamide {f} [medicine]  :: pyrazinamide
più recente {adj}  :: most recent, last, latest
pireliometro {m}  :: pyrheliometer
Pirelli {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pirelli {prop}  :: Pirelli Tyre company
Pirellone {prop}  :: (by extension) The regional government of Lombardy
Pirellone {prop}  :: The Pirelli company skyscraper in Milan
pirenaico {adj}  :: Pyrenean
pirene {m} [organic compound]  :: pyrene
Pirenei {prop}  :: Pyrenees
piressia {f} [medicine]  :: pyrexia
piretico {adj}  :: pyrexial, pyrexic, pyretic
piretogeno {adj} [pathology]  :: pyrogenic, pyrogenous
piretoterapia {f}  :: pyretotherapy, pyrotherapy
piretro {m}  :: pyrethrum (plant and insecticide)
pirex {m}  :: pyrex
pirico {adj}  :: guns, burning (attributive)
piridina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyridine
piridinico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: pyridinic; pyridine (attributive)
piridinio {m} [organic chemistry]  :: pyridinium
piridossina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyridoxine
pirimidina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyrimidine
pirimidinico {adj}  :: pyrimidinic
pirite {f}  :: pyrite
piritico {adj}  :: pyritic, pyritous
piritoedro {m} [mathematics]  :: pyritohedron
pirla {mf}  :: fool, moron, idiot
pirla {m} [regional, vulgar]  :: dick, cock, prick
pirlo {m}  :: An apéritif made from white wine, Campari and seltzer
piro- {prefix}  :: pyro-
pirocatechina {f} [organic compound]  :: synonym of pirocatecolo
pirocatechinico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: pyrocatechinic
pirocatecolo {m} [organic compound]  :: pyrocatechol
piroclastico {adj}  :: pyroclastic
piroclasto {m} [geology]  :: pyroclast
pirocloro {m} [mineral]  :: pyrochlore
piroconducibilità {f}  :: pyroconductivity
piroelettricità {f} [physics]  :: pyroelectricity
piroelettrico {adj}  :: pyroelectric
piroetta {f}  :: pirouette
piroettando {v}  :: gerund of piroettare
piroettare {vi}  :: To pirouette
pirofila {f}  :: heat-resistant or ovenproof dish
pirofilo {adj}  :: heat-resistant, ovenproof
pirofobia {f}  :: pyrophobia
piroforico {adj}  :: pyrophoric
pirofosfatasi {f} [enzyme]  :: pyrophosphatase
pirofosfochinasi {f} [enzyme]  :: pyrophosphokinase, pyrophosphatase
pirofosforico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: pyrophosphoric
pirofregata {f} [nautical]  :: A frigate that was powered by steam as well as sail
piroga {f} [nautical]  :: dugout canoe (or similar)
pirogallico {adj}  :: pyrogallic
pirogassificazione {f}  :: pyrogasification
pirogenando {v}  :: gerund of pirogenare
pirogenare {vt} [organic chemistry]  :: To crack (hydrocarbons)
pirogenazione {f} [organic chemistry]  :: cracking (of hydrocarbons)
pirogeno {adj}  :: pyrogenic
pirografia {f}  :: pyrography, pokerwork
pirografico {adj}  :: pyrographic
pirografista {f}  :: pyrographer
pirografo {m}  :: poker (used in pyrography or pokerwork)
pirolisi {f} [chemistry, physics]  :: pyrolysis
pirolitico {adj}  :: pyrolytic
pirolo {m}  :: button (to be pressed)
pirolo {m}  :: peg (on a musical instrument)
pirolo {m}  :: pivot
pirolusite {f} [mineralogy]  :: pyrolusite
piromane {mf}  :: pyromaniac
piromania {f}  :: pyromania
piromanzia {f}  :: pyromancy
pirometallurgia {f}  :: pyrometallurgy
pirometallurgico {adj}  :: pyrometallurgical
pirometro {m}  :: pyrometer
piromorfite {f} [mineral]  :: pyromorphite
piroplasmosi {f}  :: piroplasmosis, babesiosis
piroscafo {m}  :: steamer, steamship
piroscissione {f} [chemistry]  :: pyrolysis, cracking
piroscissione a vapore {f} [organic chemistry]  :: steam cracking
pirosfera {f} [geology]  :: pyrosphere
pirosi {f} [pathology]  :: pyrosis
pirosolfato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: pyrosulfate
pirosolfito {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: pyrosulfite
pirosolforico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: pyrosulfuric
pirossenite {f} [geology]  :: pyroxenite
pirosseno {m} [mineralogy]  :: pyroxene
pirotecnia {f}  :: alternative form of pirotecnica
pirotecnica {f}  :: pyrotechnics
pirotecnico {adj}  :: pyrotechnic
pirottino {m}  :: muffin / fairy cake case (paper)
pirottino {m}  :: ramekin
pirrico {adj}  :: Pyrrhic
Pirro {prop}  :: Pyrrhus
pirrolo {m} [organic compound]  :: pyrrole
Pirrone {prop}  :: Pyrrho
pirroniano {adj} [philosophy]  :: Pyrrhonian
pirronismo {m}  :: Pyrrhonism (form of scepticism)
pirrotina {f} [mineralogy]  :: pyrrhotite
piruvato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: pyruvate
piruvico {adj}  :: pyruvic
Pisa {prop}  :: Pisa (city)
Pisa {prop}  :: Pisa (province)
Pisacane {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pisacane {prop}  :: Carlo Pisacane, Italian patriot
Pisani {prop}  :: A noble family of Venice
Pisani {prop}  :: Italian surname
pisano {adj}  :: of Pisa (city of Italy); from Pisa; Pisan
pisano {m}  :: Pisan (native or inhabitant of Pisa)
Pisano {prop}  :: a municipality in Piedmont
Pisano {prop}  :: Italian surname
Pisano {prop}  :: the region surrounding the city of Pisa, Tuscany
Pisaroni {prop}  :: Italian surname
piscatorio {adj}  :: piscatory, piscatorial
pischello {m}  :: boy, lad
pischello {m}  :: greenhorn, novice
piscia {f}  :: piss
pisciacane {m}  :: dandelion
piscialetto {m}  :: brat (child)
piscialetto {m}  :: piss-a-bed (dandelion)
piscialetto {m}  :: rookie, greenhorn
pisciando {v}  :: gerund of pisciare
pisciare {v} [vulgar]  :: to urinate, to piss
pisciarella {f} [informal]  :: A need to urinate often
pisciasangue {m}  :: babesiosis
pisciasotto {m}  :: coward
pisciasotto {m}  :: wimp
pisciatoio {m}  :: urinal (public)
piscicoltore {m}  :: Variant of pescicoltore
piscicoltura {f}  :: Variant of pescicoltura
piscina {f}  :: swimming pool
piscio {m}  :: piss
piscione {m} [informal]  :: pisser
piscioso {adj} [vulgar]  :: pissy, covered in piss
piscivoro {adj}  :: piscivorous
pisellaia {f}  :: pea field, pea bed
pisellaio {m}  :: (Variant of: pisellaia) pea field, pea bed
pisellino {m} [childish]  :: willy, wee wee, peter
pisello {m}  :: pea (plant and vegetable)
pisello {m}  :: pickle (penis)
pisello {m} [vulgar]  :: cock (slang for penis)
pisello odoroso {m} [flowers]  :: sweet pea
più siamo meglio è {proverb}  :: A greater amount of something is better
più siamo meglio è {proverb}  :: It is more fun with more people
più siamo meglio è {proverb}  :: the more the merrier
pisiforme {adj}  :: pisiform
pisiforme {m} [skeleton]  :: pisiform, pisiform bone
Pisistrato {prop}  :: Pisistratus
pisolando {v}  :: gerund of pisolare
pisolare {vi}  :: to nap or doze
pisolino {m}  :: snooze, nap, forty winks
pisolite {f}  :: pisolite
pisolite {f}  :: pisolith
pisolo {m}  :: nap (short period of sleep)
Pisolo {prop}  :: Sleepy (Disney character)
pispola {f}  :: meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis)
pisquano {m}  :: pip-squeak (insignificant person)
pisside {f}  :: pyx
pista {f} [aviation]  :: runway
pista {f} [skiing]  :: ski run, ski slope, piste, trail
pista {f} [slang]  :: line (of cocaine)
pista {f} [sports]  :: track, racetrack, racecourse, course, rink
pista {f}  :: track (sound stored on a record, cassette, etc)
pista {f}  :: track, trail, scent, clue
pistacchio {m}  :: nut (of a tree, generally)
pistacchio {m}  :: pistachio (tree and nut)
pista d'atterraggio {f}  :: landing strip
pista di atterraggio {f}  :: airstrip
pista di atterraggio {f}  :: runway
pista di decollo {f}  :: airstrip for landing and take off
pista di decollo {f}  :: runway for landing and take off
pistagna {f}  :: coat collar
pistard {mf} [cycle racing]  :: track cyclist, track rider
pisticcese {adj}  :: Of or from Pisticci
Pisticci {prop}  :: A town in the Matera province of Basilicata
pistillifero {adj} [botany]  :: pistilliferous, pistillate
pistillo {m} [botany]  :: pistil
pistino {m}  :: A racetrack (or similar course) for mountain bikes
Pistoia {prop}  :: Pistoia (province)
Pistoia {prop}  :: Pistoia (town)
pistoiese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Pistoia or the Pistoia people
pistoiese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Pistoia
pistola {f}  :: pistole
pistola {f}  :: pistol, gun
pistola ad acqua {f}  :: water pistol, squirt gun, water gun
pistolero {m}  :: gunman
pistolese {adj}  :: Of or from Pistoia
Pistolese {mf}  :: Native or inhabitant of Pistoia
pistolettata {f}  :: shot (from a pistol)
pistolino {m} [childish]  :: willy, wee wee, peter
pistolotto {m}  :: lecture, talking to, telling off
pistolotto {m}  :: peroration
pistoncino {m}  :: small piston, plunger
pistone {m}  :: piston
pistone {m}  :: valve - of a musical instrument
pitaffio {m}  :: alternative form of epitaffio
Pitagora {prop}  :: Pythagoras
pitagoricamente {adv}  :: in a Pythagorean manner
pitagoricamente {adv}  :: very frugally
pitagorico {adj}  :: Pythagorean
pitagorico {adj}  :: Very moderate or frugal
pitagorico {m}  :: Pythagorean
pitagorismo {m}  :: Pythagoreanism
pitale {m}  :: chamber pot
pitcairnese {adj}  :: Pitcairnese
pitcairnese {m}  :: Pitcairnese, Pitkern (language)
pitecantropo {m}  :: pithecanthrope, Java man
pitico {adj}  :: Pythian
pitiriasi {f} [disease]  :: pityriasis
pitoccando {v}  :: gerund of pitoccare
pitoccare {vit}  :: to beg
pitoccheria {f}  :: begging
pitoccheria {f}  :: meanness, stinginess
pitocco {adj}  :: mean, stingy
pitocco {m}  :: miser, skinflint
pitonato {adj}  :: python (attributive)
pitone {m}  :: python (snake)
pitonessa {f}  :: pythoness
pitonessa {f}  :: soothsayer
pittanchiusa {f}  :: A type of cake, from the Catanzaro province of Calabria, containing walnuts, raisins and cinnamon, eaten at Christmas
pittando {v}  :: gerund of pittare
pittare {vt}  :: To paint
pittavino {m}  :: Any of a series of coins minted by the Counts of Poitiers
pittima {f}  :: black-tailed godwit
pittima {f}  :: nuisance (person)
pittografia {f}  :: pictography, picture writing
pittografico {adj}  :: pictographic
pittogramma {m}  :: pictogram
pittore {m}  :: (artist) painter
pittore {m}  :: (house) painter
pittorescamente {adv}  :: picturesquely
pittoresco {adj}  :: picturesque
pittoricamente {adv}  :: pictorially
pittoricismo {m} [arts]  :: The picturesque in art
pittoricità {f}  :: pictorial character
pittorico {adj}  :: painting (attributive)
pittorico {adj}  :: pictorial
pittrice {f}  :: painter (female)
pittura {f}  :: painting
pitturando {v}  :: gerund of pitturare
pitturandosi {v}  :: gerund of pitturarsi
pitturare {vt}  :: To paint
pitturarsi {vr}  :: To paint (one's face, nails, etc)
pitturazione {f}  :: painting (act of applying paint)
pituitario {adj}  :: pituitary
piuccheperfetto {m} [grammar]  :: past perfect, pluperfect (tense)
piuma {f}  :: feather, plume
piuma {f}  :: [in the plural] down
piuma {f}  :: plumage
piumaggio {m}  :: plumage, feathers
piumato {adj}  :: feathered, plumed
piumetta {f} [botany, zoology]  :: plumule
piumino {m}  :: down (soft, fluffy feathers)
piumino {m}  :: duvet
piumino {m}  :: eiderdown (bed covering)
piumino {m}  :: feather duster
piumino {m}  :: powder puff
piumino {m}  :: quilted jacket
piumone {m}  :: duvet, continental quilt
piumosità {f}  :: plumosity
piumoso {adj} [botany]  :: plumose, feathery
piumoso {adj}  :: feathery
piuolo {m}  :: Variant of piolo
piuria {n}  :: pyuria
piuttosto {adv}  :: (preferably, instead) rather, better, sooner, instead
piuttosto {adv}  :: (quite, pretty) rather, somewhat, fairly
piuttosto che {conj}  :: rather.. than; better.. than; sooner.. than
piuttosto di {conj}  :: rather.. than; better.. than; sooner.. than
piva {f}  :: A type of Renaissance dance accompanied by bagpipes
piva {f} [musical instruments]  :: A form of bagpipes from central Italy
pivello {m}  :: greenhorn
piviale {m}  :: cope, pluvial
piviere {m}  :: plover
pizia {f}  :: pythoness
Pizia {prop}  :: Pythia
pizza {f} [colloquial]  :: bore
pizza {f}  :: pizza
pizzaiola {f}  :: a pasta sauce made with tomato and oregano
pizzaiola {f}  :: woman who makes pizzas in a pizzeria
pizzaiolo {m}  :: man who makes pizzas in a pizzeria
pizzardone {m} [informal]  :: cop (especially a traffic cop)
pizzeria {f}  :: pizzeria
pizzetta {f}  :: diminutive form of pizza
Pizzetti {prop}  :: Italian surname
pizzetto {m}  :: goatee
pizzicagnolo {m}  :: Specialist grocer
pizzicamento {m}  :: pinching
pizzicamento {m}  :: plucking
pizzicando {v}  :: gerund of pizzicare
pizzicare {vt} [familiar, slang]  :: to catch, seize
pizzicare {vt} [of an insect]  :: to bite, sting
pizzicare {vt} [of spicy food]  :: to burn
pizzicare {vt}  :: to pinch, nip
pizzicare {vt}  :: to pluck
pizzicata {f}  :: pinch, nip
pizzicato {m} [music, ]  :: pizzicato
pizzicheria {f}  :: grocer's
pizzichino {adj}  :: sparkling, fizzy
pizzichino {adj}  :: spicy, hot
pizzichino {m}  :: pinch, dash (small amount)
pizzico {m}  :: bite, sting (by an insect)
pizzico {m}  :: pinch, nip
pizzico {m}  :: touch, bit, dash
pizzicor {n}  :: apocopic form of pizzicore
pizzicore {m}  :: itch (all senses)
pizzicorino {m}  :: itch, itching
pizzicorino {m}  :: whim
pizzicottando {v}  :: gerund of pizzicottare
pizzicottare {vt} [informal]  :: To pinch (give someone a pinch)
pizzicotto {m}  :: pinch, nip
pizzino {m}  :: Small slips of paper that the Sicilian Mafia uses for high-level communications
pizzo {m}  :: goatee
pizzo {m}  :: lace, needle lace
pizzo {m}  :: peak
pizzo {m} [slang]  :: protection money paid to the mafia
pizzocchero {m}  :: A type of tagliatelle made with buckwheat flour, typical of Valtellina and Graubünden
pizzoso {adj} [regional]  :: boring, tedious, dull
placabile {adj}  :: placable
placabilità {f}  :: placableness, placability
placabilmente {adv}  :: placably
placando {v}  :: gerund of placare
placandosi {v}  :: gerund of placarsi
placare {vt}  :: to appease, calm, calm down, pacify, placate
placarsi {vr}  :: To calm down or calm oneself
placarsi {vr}  :: To die down, calm down, ease or subside
placazione {f}  :: placation
placca {f}  :: plaque [all senses]
placca {f}  :: plate
placcaggio {m} [football, rugby]  :: tackle
placcando {v}  :: gerund of placcare
placcare {vt} [sports]  :: to tackle
placcare {vt}  :: to plate (cover with thin layer of metal)
placcare {vt}  :: to veneer
placcato {adj}  :: plated
placcato oro {adj}  :: gold-plated
placcatore {m} [sports]  :: tackler
placcatura {f}  :: plating
placcatura {f}  :: veneering
placchetta {f}  :: A nose pad (of spectacles)
placchetta {f}  :: A plaquette
placchetta {f}  :: A small bas-relief
placebo {m} [pharmacology, figuratively]  :: placebo
placenta {f} [anatomy, botany]  :: placenta
placentale {adj}  :: placental
placentare {adj}  :: placental
placentato {adj}  :: placental
placet {m}  :: consent, approval
placidamente {adv}  :: placidly, quietly, calmly
placidità {f}  :: calm, placidity, peacefulness
placido {adj}  :: calm
placido {adj}  :: placid
placitazione {f} [legal]  :: The granting of a placet by the civil authorities
placoglobina {f} [protein]  :: plakoglobin
plafoncino {m}  :: A large, flat paintbrush, especially one used for pasting up posters
plafond {m}  :: ceiling
plafoniera {f}  :: ceiling light (horizontal, hidden)
plaga {f}  :: (obsolete) beach
plaga {f}  :: region, district
plagale {adj} [music]  :: plagal
plagiando {v}  :: gerund of plagiare
plagiare {vt}  :: to plagiarize
plagiatore {m}  :: plagiarizer
plagio {m}  :: plagiarism
plagio {m}  :: plagiarized work
plagiotropo {adj} [botany]  :: plagiotropic
plaid {m}  :: tartan rug (especially one used when travelling)
planamento {m}  :: gliding
planando {v}  :: gerund of planare
planante {adj}  :: gliding
planare {adj} [mathematics]  :: planar
planare {vi}  :: to coast
planare {vi}  :: to glide
planare {vi}  :: to soar
planarità {f}  :: planarity
plancia {f}  :: bridge (of a ship)
plancia {f}  :: dashboard
plancia {f}  :: gangway
plancton {m} [biology]  :: plankton
planctonico {adj}  :: planktonic
planetario {adj}  :: planetary, planet
planetario {adj}  :: worldwide, world
planetario {m}  :: planetarium
planetoide {m}  :: artificial satellite
planetoide {m} [astronomy]  :: planetoid, asteroid
planetologia {f} [astronomy]  :: planetology
plangere {v}  :: Variant of piangere
plani- {prefix}  :: Used to form terms relating to plane figures
planimetria {f}  :: planimetry
planimetricamente {adv}  :: planimetrically
planimetrico {adj}  :: planimetric
planimetro {m}  :: planimeter
planisfero {m}  :: planisphere
planiziale {adj}  :: lowland (attributive)
planiziare {adj}  :: alternative form of planiziale
planovolumetrico {adj}  :: planovolumetric
Plantageneti {prop}  :: Plantagenets (House of Plantagenet)
plantageneto {adj}  :: Plantagenet (attributive)
plantigrado {adj}  :: plantigrade
plantigrado {m}  :: plantigrade
plaquette {f}  :: a small commemorative plaque
plaquette {f}  :: booklet, pamphlet
plasma {m} [physics, biology]  :: plasma
plasmabile {adj}  :: malleable, mouldable, pliable
plasmabilità {f}  :: malleability, pliability
plasmacellula {f} [cytology]  :: plasma cell, plasmocyte
plasmaferesi {f}  :: plasmapheresis
plasmalogeno {m} [biochemistry]  :: plasmalogen
plasmando {v}  :: gerund of plasmare
plasmaproteina {f} [protein]  :: plasma protein
plasmare {vt}  :: To mould, to mold, to shape
plasma sanguigno {m} [cytology]  :: blood plasma
plasmatico {adj} [cytology]  :: plasma (attributive), plasmatic
plasmatore {adj}  :: educative
plasmatore {adj}  :: formative
plasmatore {adj}  :: shaping, forming
plasmazione {f}  :: moulding, casting (action)
plasmico {adj}  :: plasmic
plasmide {m}  :: plasmid
plasmidio {m}  :: plasmid
plasmina {f} [enzyme]  :: plasmin
plasminogeno {m} [enzyme]  :: plasminogen
plasmocita {m}  :: plasmocyte
plasmocito {m}  :: alternative form of plasmocita
plasmocitoma {m} [oncology]  :: plasmacytoma
plasmodesma {m} [biology]  :: plasmodesma
plasmodio {m}  :: plasmodium
plastica {f}  :: plastic
plastica {f}  :: plastic surgery
-plastica {suffix}  :: -plasty
plasticamente {adv}  :: malleably
plasticamente {adv}  :: pliably
plasticando {v}  :: gerund of plasticare
plasticare {vt}  :: to coat with plastic
plasticare {vt}  :: to model with clay or similar
plasticismo {m} [arts]  :: plasticism
plasticità {f}  :: plasticity
plastico {adj}  :: plastic
plastico {m}  :: plastic explosive
plastidio {m}  :: plastid
plastificando {v}  :: gerund of plastificare
plastificante {adj}  :: plasticizing
plastificante {m}  :: plasticizer
plastificare {vt} [chemistry]  :: to plasticize
plastificare {vt}  :: to coat with plastic
plastificato {adj}  :: plastic-coated
plastificatore {m}  :: plasticizer
plastificazione {f}  :: plasticization, plastic coating
plastilina {f}  :: plasticine
plastinazione {f}  :: plastination
plataneto {m}  :: plane wood, planetree wood (forest)
platano {m}  :: plane, planetree (tree of the genus Platanus)
platano {m}  :: plantain (Musa acuminata)
platano {m}  :: the wood of such tree
platea {f} [by extension]  :: audience
platea {f}  :: stalls (of a theatre)
plateale {adj}  :: blatant
plateale {adj}  :: public
plateale {adj}  :: theatrical (gestures etc)
platealità {f}  :: showiness, blatancy
platealmente {adv}  :: blatantly, glaringly
plateatico {m}  :: stallage
platelminta {m}  :: flatworm (of phylum Platyhelminthes)
platessa {f}  :: plaice (Pleuronectes platessa)
platina {f}  :: platen
platinando {v}  :: gerund of platinare
platinare {vt}  :: to dye or bleach the hair platinum blond
platinare {vt}  :: to platinize
platinato {adj}  :: platinized
platinato {adj}  :: platinum (attributive)
platinatura {f}  :: platinizing (platinum plating)
platinico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: platinic
platinifero {adj}  :: platiniferous, platinum-bearing
platiniridio {m}  :: platiniridium
platino {m}  :: platinum
platirrina {f}  :: platyrrhine monkey
platirrino {adj}  :: platyrrhine
platisma {m} [muscle]  :: platysma, platysma muscle
Platone {prop}  :: Plato
platonicamente {adv}  :: platonically
platonico {adj}  :: Platonic
platonismo {m}  :: Platonism
plaudendo {v}  :: gerund of plaudire
plaudire {v}  :: alternative form of applaudire
plaudire {vi}  :: to approve enthusiastically
plausibile {adj}  :: plausible
plausibilità {f}  :: plausibility
plausibilmente {adv}  :: plausibly
plauso {m}  :: approval
plauso {m}  :: Variant of applauso
plautino {adj}  :: Plautine
Plauto {prop}  :: Plautus
play {interj}  :: used to announce the start a game of tennis
play {m}  :: play (theatrical performance; start key)
playlist {f}  :: playlist
playmaker {n} [basketball]  :: point guard
playoff {mp} [sports]  :: playoff
plebaglia {f}  :: rabble, riffraff
plebanato {m}  :: plebanate
plebano {adj}  :: parish (attributive)
plebe {f}  :: Common people
plebe {f}  :: rabble, riffraff
plebeo {adj}  :: plebeian
plebiscitariamente {adv}  :: plebiscitarily
plebiscitariamente {adv}  :: unanimously
plebiscitario {adj}  :: plebiscitary
plebiscitario {adj}  :: unanimous
plebiscitarismo {m}  :: plebeianism
plebiscito {m}  :: plebiscite
plecottero {m}  :: stonefly (of the order Plecoptera)
pleiade {f}  :: pleiad
Pleiadi {prop}  ::