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u' {adv} [obsolete, poetic]  :: where
{interj}  :: yes, yep, ja, oui
u {n}  :: letter: u
U {letter}  :: letter: u
uadi {m}  :: wadi
Ubaldi {prop}  :: surname
ubara {f}  :: Houbara bustard (Chlamydotis undulata)
ubbia {f}  :: groundless fear, prejudice
ubbidendo {v}  :: gerund of ubbidire
ubbidenza {f}  :: alternative form of ubbidienza
ubbidiente {adj}  :: obedient
ubbidientemente {adv}  :: obediently
ubbidienza {f}  :: Variant of obbedienza
ubbidire {vi}  :: to obey
ubbioso {adj}  :: full of groundless fears or prejudices
ubbligando {v}  :: gerund of ubbligare
ubbligare {v}  :: alternative form of obbligare
ubbriaco {adj}  :: alternative form of ubriaco
ubbriacona {f}  :: alternative form of ubriacona
ubbriacone {m}  :: alternative form of ubriacone
ubero {m}  :: synonym of mammella
ubertà {f}  :: fertility (of a land)
Uberto {prop}  :: given name, equivalent to Hubert
ubertosamente {adv}  :: abundantly
ubertosamente {adv}  :: productively, fruitfully
ubertosità {f}  :: fertility, fruitfulness, productiveness
ubertoso {adj}  :: abundant
ubertoso {adj}  :: fertile, productive, fruitful
ubi {m}  :: place (literary)
ubicando {v}  :: gerund of ubicare
ubicare {v}  :: to locate or site a building
ubicativo {adj}  :: location (attributive)
ubicazione {f}  :: site, location
ubichinone {m} [organic compound]  :: ubiquinone
ubidendo {v}  :: gerund of ubidire
ubidire {v}  :: alternative form of ubbidire
ubiero {m}  :: alternative form of ubero
ubino {m}  :: A type of Irish horse
ubiquista {adj}  :: ubiquitous
ubiquista {mf}  :: ubiquitarian
ubiquità {f}  :: ubiquity
ubiquitario {adj}  :: ubiquitous
ubiquitina {f} [protein]  :: ubiquitin
ubiquitinando {v}  :: gerund of ubiquitinare
ubiquitinante {adj}  :: ubiquitinating
ubiquitinare {v} [biochemistry]  :: To ubiquitinate
ubiquitinato {adj}  :: ubiquitinated
ubiquitinazione {f} [biochemistry]  :: ubiquitination
ubiquitinilato {adj}  :: ubiquitinylated
ubiquo {adj} [rare]  :: ubiquitous
ubriaca {f}  :: feminine noun of ubriaco
ubriacamento {m}  :: synonym of ubriacatura
ubriacando {v}  :: gerund of ubriacare
ubriacandosi {v}  :: gerund of ubriacarsi
ubriacare {vt}  :: to get (someone) drunk; to intoxicate
ubriacarsi {v}  :: reflexive of ubriacare
ubriacarsi {v}  :: to carouse
ubriacarsi {v}  :: to get drunk; to become intoxicated
ubriacatore {adj}  :: drunken
ubriacatore {m}  :: drunkard
ubriacatura {f}  :: infatuation
ubriacatura {f}  :: intoxication, inebriation, binge drinking
ubriachezza {f}  :: drunkenness
ubriaco {adj}  :: blotto
ubriaco {adj}  :: drunk [intoxicated]
ubriaco {m}  :: blotto
ubriaco {m}  :: drunkard
ubriacona {f}  :: (female) drunk, drunkard
ubriacone {m}  :: alcoholic
ubriacone {m}  :: drunk, drunkard, toper, blotto, binge drinker
ucase {m}  :: alternative form of ukase
uccellabile {adj}  :: catchable, huntable (of a bird)
uccellabile {adj}  :: deceivable, gullible, cheatable
uccellaccio {m}  :: bird of ill omen
uccellaccio {m}  :: bird of prey
uccellaccio {m}  :: dupe
uccellagione {f}  :: hunting or shooting birds
uccellagione {f}  :: The birds killed
uccellagione {f}  :: The season for doing this
uccellaia {f}  :: affair (of the heart)
uccellaia {f}  :: A large number of birds
uccellaia {f}  :: A place where hawking takes place
uccellaia {f}  :: Confused chatter
uccellaia {f}  :: deception
uccellaia {f}  :: mockery
uccellaio {m}  :: bird breeder or seller
uccellame {m}  :: bag of gamebirds (caught by a hunter)
uccellamento {m}  :: birdcatching
uccellamento {m}  :: mockery; prank
uccellanda {f}  :: fowling (bird-catching) site
uccellando {v}  :: gerund of uccellare
uccellare {vt}  :: to catch birds, fowl
uccellare {vt}  :: to fool, trick
uccellatoio {m}  :: A place for birdcatching
uccellatore {m}  :: bird catcher
uccellatura {f}  :: synonym of uccellamento
uccelletto {m} [in the plural]  :: fowl
uccelletto {m}  :: small bird
uccelliera {f}  :: aviary
uccelliforme {adj}  :: birdlike
uccellina {f} [nautical]  :: jigger topgallant staysail
uccellinando {v}  :: gerund of uccellinare
uccellinare {v}  :: To catch small birds alive
uccellino {m}  :: diminutive of uccello
uccellino {m}  :: Little or young bird
uccello {m}  :: bird
uccello {m} [slang, vulgar]  :: willy [British], peter [US], dick; (the penis)
uccellone {m}  :: big bird
uccellone {m} [vulgar]  :: big cock
uccello rapace {m}  :: bird of prey
-uccia {suffix}  :: Diminutive suffix used to form adjectives and nouns, often with pejorative connotations. Example: femminuccia, from femmina
uccidendo {v}  :: gerund of uccidere
uccidendosi {v}  :: gerund of uccidersi
uccider {v}  :: apocopic form of uccidere
uccidere {vt}  :: to kill
uccidersi {v}  :: reflexive of uccidere
uccidersi {v}  :: to kill oneself, or one another
uccio {adj}  :: miserable; poor
-uccio {suffix}  :: Diminutive suffix used to form adjectives and nouns. Usually benign, loving, affectionate, or friendly diminutive suffix. However, it can have patronizing or pejorative connotations when attached to specific words. For example: femminuccia, from femmina, or medicuccio, from medico
uccisione {f}  :: a kill or killing
uccisione {f}  :: a murder
ucciso {m} [in the plural]  :: The dead
ucciso {m}  :: victim (killed person)
uccisore {m}  :: killer
ucraina {f}  :: Ukrainian (female)
Ucraina {prop}  :: Ukraine
ucraino {adj}  :: Ukrainian
ucraino {m}  :: Ukrainian
ucronia {f}  :: alternative history
ucronico {adj}  :: alternative history (attributive)
UdC {initialism}  :: Unione di Centro, an Italian political party
udendo {v}  :: gerund of udire
udente {adj}  :: hearing
udibile {adj}  :: audible
udibilità {f}  :: audibility
udiente {adj}  :: alternative form of udente
udienza {f}  :: audience
udienza {f}  :: conversation
udienza {f} [legal]  :: hearing
Udine {prop}  :: The letter U in the Italian phonetic alphabet
Udine {prop}  :: Udine (province, town)
udinese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Udine or the Udine people
udinese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Udine
udir {v}  :: apocopic form of udire
udire {vit}  :: to hear
uditivo {adj}  :: auditory
udito {m}  :: hearing (sense)
uditofono {m}  :: (small) hearing aid
uditorato {m}  :: listener (in certain official contexts)
uditore {m} [legal]  :: magistrate, judge, auditor
uditore {m}  :: listener; (in plural) audience
uditore {m}  :: student who attends the lectures but does not earn academic credit; auditor
uditorio {m}  :: auditory, audience
uditrice {f}  :: Female student who attends the lectures but does not earn academic credit; auditor
uditrice {f} [legal, female]  :: magistrate, judge, auditor
uditrice {f}  :: listener (female)
udizione {f}  :: alternative form of audizione
udo- {prefix}  :: rain-
udometria {f}  :: udometry, pluviometry
udometrico {adj}  :: udometric, pluviometric
udometro {m}  :: udometer, pluviometer, rain gauge
udon {m}  :: udon
UE {initialism}  :: initialism of Unione Europea (EU)
Ueli {prop}  :: given name, variant of Ulrico
Ufente {prop}  :: A river that flows in Lazio
uff {adj}  :: An expression of boredom, impatience or annoyance
uffa {interj}  :: bother, what a bore, phew!
ufficiale {adj}  :: official
ufficiale {m}  :: officer
ufficialessa {f}  :: female officer or official
ufficialetto {m} [military]  :: A young officer
ufficialità {f}  :: officers
ufficialità {f}  :: official character
ufficializzando {v}  :: gerund of ufficializzare
ufficializzare {vt}  :: to make official, confirm, acknowledge, admit
ufficializzazione {f}  :: The act of making something official
ufficialmente {adv}  :: officially, formally
ufficiando {v}  :: gerund of ufficiare
ufficiare {vi}  :: To officiate
ufficiatore {adj}  :: officiating
ufficiatura {f}  :: officiation, officiating
ufficio {m} [archaic]  :: (moral) duty
ufficio {m} [dated]  :: task, duty
ufficio {m}  :: office
ufficio postale {m}  :: post office
ufficiosamente {adv}  :: off-the-record
ufficiosamente {adv}  :: unofficially
ufficiosità {f}  :: unofficial character
ufficioso {adj}  :: off-the-record
ufficioso {adj}  :: unofficial
Uffizi {prop}  :: A major museum and art gallery in Florence
uffizio {m}  :: office
uffiziolo {m}  :: A morning prayer in honour of the Madonna; a [[booklet[[ of such prayers
uficio {m}  :: alternative form of ufficio
Ufita {prop}  :: A river that flows in Campania
ufo {m}  :: Only in the expression a ufo
ufo {m}  :: UFO
UFO {initialism}  :: UFO
ufologa {f}  :: ufologist (female)
ufologia {f}  :: ufology
ufologico {adj}  :: ufological
ufologo {m}  :: ufologist (male or unspecified sex)
ufomania {m}  :: A fixation with UFOs
Uganda {prop}  :: Uganda
ugandese {adj}  :: Ugandan
ugandese {mf}  :: Ugandan
ugaritico {adj}  :: Ugaritic
ugaritico {m}  :: Ugaritic
ugello {m}  :: nozzle
Ugento {prop}  :: a town in the province of Lecce in Apulia in Italy
uggendo {v}  :: gerund of uggire
uggia {f}  :: moroseness, crabbedness
uggiolamento {m}  :: howling, whining
uggiolando {v}  :: gerund of uggiolare
uggiolare {vi}  :: To howl
uggiolare {vi}  :: To whine
uggiolina {adj}  :: peckish
uggiolio {m}  :: howl, howling
uggiolio {m}  :: whining (continuous)
uggiosamente {adv}  :: boringly, tediously
uggiosamente {adv}  :: dully
uggiosamente {adv}  :: troublesomely
uggiosità {f}  :: boredom
uggiosità {f}  :: dullness, dreariness
uggiosità {f}  :: troublesomeness
uggioso {adj}  :: boring, tedious
uggioso {adj}  :: damp, wet
uggioso {adj}  :: dull, gloomy, dreary (weather)
uggioso {adj}  :: shady
uggioso {adj}  :: troublesome
uggire {v}  :: To annoy or harass
uggire {v}  :: To overshadow or shade
Ughi {prop}  :: surname
Ughi {prop}  :: Uto Ughi, Italian musician
Ugliano {prop}  :: Ugljan (island of Croatia)
ugna {f}  :: obsolete form of unghia
ugnando {v}  :: gerund of ugnare
ugnare {vt}  :: To chamfer or bevel
ugnatura {f}  :: chamfer, bevel
ugnella {f}  :: graver, burin
ugnello {m}  :: claw (of a cat)
Ugo {prop}  :: given name, equivalent to Hugh
ugola {f} [anatomy]  :: uvula
ugola {f} [by extension]  :: throat
ugola {f} [figuratively]  :: voice (singer)
Ugolino {prop}  :: given name
ugonottismo {m}  :: Huguenotism
ugonotto {adj}  :: Huguenot
ugonotto {m}  :: Huguenot
ugrico {adj}  :: Ugric
ugrico {m}  :: Ugric (languages)
ugro-finnico {adj}  :: alternative form of ugrofinnico
ugrofinnico {adj}  :: Finno-Ugric
ugrofinnico {m}  :: Finno-Ugric (languages)
uguagliabile {adj}  :: matchable, comparable
uguagliamento {m}  :: equality
uguagliamento {m}  :: equalization, equalizing
uguagliando {v}  :: gerund of uguagliare
uguaglianza {f}  :: equality
uguaglianza {f} [mathematics]  :: identity
uguagliare {vt}  :: To equal
uguagliare {vt}  :: To equalize, to make equal
uguagliatore {adj}  :: equalizing
ugual {adj}  :: apocopic form of uguale
uguale {adj}  :: equal, like, alike, same, identical, similar
uguale {adj}  :: even; level; uniform
uguale {adv}  :: the same, alike
ugualianza {n}  :: Common misspelling of uguaglianza
ugualità {f}  :: equality
ugualitario {adj}  :: egalitarian
ugualitario {m}  :: egalitarian
ugualitarismo {m}  :: alternative form of egualitarismo
ugualmente {adv}  :: all the same, just the same, anyway
ugualmente {adv}  :: equally
uguanno {adv}  :: this year
uhu {interj}  :: alternative spelling of uh
uiguro {adj}  :: Uyghur
uiguro {m}  :: Uyghur (person; in plural, the people)
uiguro {prop}  :: The Uyghur language
uistiti {m}  :: marmoset (of genus Callithrix)
ukase {m}  :: ukase
ukulelista {mf}  :: ukulelist
ulano {m}  :: ulan, uhlan
Ulbo {prop}  :: Olib (island of Croatia)
ulcera {f} [pathology]  :: ulcer, sore
ulceramento {m}  :: synonym of ulcerazione
ulcerando {v}  :: gerund of ulcerare
ulcerandosi {v}  :: gerund of ulcerarsi
ulcera peptica {f} [pathology]  :: peptic ulcer
ulcerare {v}  :: to ulcerate
ulcerarsi {vr}  :: To be ulcerated
ulcerativo {adj} [pathology]  :: ulcerative
ulcerazione {f} [pathology]  :: ulceration
ulcerogeno {adj} [pathology]  :: ulcerogenic
ulceroso {adj}  :: ulcerous
Ulderico {prop}  :: Ulric
ulendo {v}  :: gerund of ulire
uligano {m}  :: thug, hooligan
uliginoso {adj}  :: uliginose, marshy
ulire {v}  :: alternative form of aulire
Ulisse {prop}  :: Ulysses
ulisside {mf}  :: adventurer (adventurous and daring person)
ulite {f} [medicine]  :: gingivitis
uliva {adj}  :: (Variant of: oliva) olive-green
uliva {f}  :: (Variant of: oliva) olive (fruit)
uliva {m}  :: (Variant of: oliva) olive (color)
ulivastro {adj}  :: Variant of olivastro
ulivastro {m}  :: Variant of olivastro
ulivella {f}  :: A tool used to make a small opening in a block of stone (in order to fix lifting gear)
ulivella {f} [botany]  :: synonym of olivella
uliveta {f}  :: (Variant of: oliveto) olive grove
uliveto {m}  :: (Variant of: oliveto) olive grove
ulivicoltore {m}  :: (Variant of: olivicoltore) olive grower
ulivicoltrice {f}  :: (Variant of: olivicoltrice) olive grower (female)
ulivicoltura {f}  :: (Variant of: olivicoltura) olive growing
ulivista {adj}  :: Relating to a centre-left coalition that has an olive tree as its symbol
ulivo {m}  :: (Variant of: olivo) olive tree, olive
Ulma {prop}  :: Ulm
ulmaria {f}  :: meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)
ulmico {adj}  :: alternative form of umico
ulna {f} [skeleton]  :: ulna
ulnare {adj} [skeleton]  :: ulnar
ulolando {v}  :: gerund of ulolare
ulolare {v}  :: alternative form of ululare
ulorragia {f} [pathology]  :: bleeding from the gums
ulotrico {adj}  :: ulotrichous
Ulrico {prop}  :: given name, equivalent to Ulric
ULSS {initialism} [medical]  :: unità locale socio sanitaria (local public health centre)
ulteriore {adj}  :: further
ulteriormente {adv}  :: further, even further
ulteriormente {adv}  :: subsequently
ultima {f}  :: the last (grammatically feminine) thing
ultima {f}  :: the last woman, the last female
ultimabile {adj}  :: finishable
Ultima Cena {n}  :: the Last Supper
ultimamente {adv}  :: lately, recently, of late
ultimando {v}  :: gerund of ultimare
ultimare {vt}  :: To conclude
ultimare {vt}  :: To finish, complete or finalize
ultimativo {adj}  :: final
ultimazione {f}  :: finality
ultimazione {f}  :: finalization
ultimissimo {adj}  :: Very latest
ultimo {adj}  :: last
ultimo {adj}  :: pertaining to last month
ultimo {adj}  :: recent, current
ultimo {m}  :: last one
ultimogenito {adj}  :: lastborn, youngest
ultimogenito {m}  :: lastborn
ultimo ma non meno importante {adj}  :: last but not least
ultore {m}  :: avenger
ultore {m}  :: revenger
ultore {m}  :: vindicator
ultrà {adj}  :: ultra, extremist
ultrà {mf} [soccer]  :: hooligan
ultrà {mf}  :: ultra, extremist
ultra- {prefix}  :: ultra-
ultrabasico {adj}  :: ultrabasic
ultracellulare {adj}  :: ultracellular
ultracentenario {adj}  :: Over one hundred years old
ultracentenario {m}  :: Person over one hundred years old
ultracentrifuga {f}  :: ultracentrifuge
ultracentrifugando {v}  :: gerund of ultracentrifugare
ultracentrifugare {vt}  :: To ultracentrifuge
ultracentrifugazione {f}  :: ultracentrifugation
ultracinquantacinquenne {adj}  :: more than fifty-five years old
ultracondensatore {f}  :: ultracondenser
ultraconservatore {adj}  :: ultraconservative
ultraconservatore {m}  :: ultraconservative
ultracorpo {m}  :: body snatcher
ultracorto {adj}  :: ultrashort
ultracustico {adj}  :: ultracoustic, ultrasonic
ultradecennale {adj}  :: For more than ten years
ultradestra {f}  :: The extreme right wing of the political spectrum
ultradiano {adj}  :: ultradian
ultrafiltrante {adj}  :: ultrafiltration (attributive)
ultrafiltrazione {f}  :: ultrafiltration
ultrafiltro {m}  :: ultrafilter
ultralargo {adj}  :: ultrawide
ultraleggero {adj}  :: ultralight
ultraleggero {m}  :: ultralight (aircraft)
ultramaratona {f}  :: ultramarathon
ultramaratoneta {mf}  :: ultramarathoner
ultramarino {adj}  :: alternative form of oltremarino
ultramicrofotografia {f}  :: ultramicrophotography
ultramicrometro {m}  :: ultramicrometer
ultramicroscopia {f}  :: ultramicroscopy
ultramicroscopico {adj}  :: ultramicroscopic
ultramicroscopio {m}  :: ultramicroscope
ultramicrotomo {m}  :: ultramicrotome
ultramiliardario {m}  :: multibillionaire
ultramoderno {adj}  :: ultramodern
ultramondano {adj}  :: Variant of oltremondano
ultramontanismo {m}  :: ultramontanism
ultramontano {adj}  :: ultramontanist
ultramontano {adj}  :: Variant of oltremontano
ultranazionalismo {m}  :: ultranationalism
ultranazionalista {adj}  :: ultranationalist
ultranazionalista {f}  :: ultranationalist
ultraortodosso {adj}  :: ultra-Orthodox
ultrapastorizzazione {f}  :: ultrapasteurization
ultraperiferico {adj}  :: outermost
ultrapesante {adj}  :: ultraheavy
ultrapiatto {adj}  :: Very flat
ultrapiatto {adj}  :: Very thin (of a wristwatch)
ultraportatile {m} [computing]  :: ultrabook
ultrapotente {adj}  :: ultrapowerful
ultrapreciso {adj}  :: ultraprecise
ultrapurismo {m}  :: ultrapurism
ultrapuro {adj}  :: ultrapure
ultraquattordicenne {adj}  :: more than fourteen years old
ultrarallentatore {m}  :: ultra-slow-motion
ultrarapido {adj}  :: extra-fast, ultrarapid
ultrarapido {adj}  :: high-speed
ultrarealista {adj}  :: ultrarealistic
ultrarosso {adj}  :: Variant of infrarosso
ultras {mf}  :: fanatical sports supporters
ultrasensibile {adj}  :: ultrasensitive
ultrasessantacinquenne {adj}  :: over-sixty-five-year-old
ultrasessantacinquenne {mf}  :: over-sixty-five-year-old
ultrasessantenne {adj}  :: More than sixty years old
ultrasessantenne {mf}  :: An old age pensioner
ultrasessantenne {mf}  :: A person more than sixty years old
ultrasettantacinquenne {adj}  :: over seventy-five years old
ultrasettantenne {adj}  :: More than seventy years old
ultrasferico {adj} [mathematics]  :: ultraspherical
ultrasinistra {f}  :: far left (politically)
ultrasonica {f}  :: ultrasonics
ultrasonico {adj}  :: ultrasonic
ultrasonografia {f}  :: ultrasonography
ultrasonografico {adj}  :: untrasonographic
ultrasonoro {adj}  :: ultrasonic
ultrasonoterapia {f}  :: ultrasound therapy
ultrasottile {adj}  :: ultrathin
ultraspinto {adj}  :: ultrahigh (vacuum)
ultrastruttura {f}  :: ultrastructure
ultrastrutturale {adj}  :: ultrastructural
ultrastrutturalmente {adv}  :: ultrastructurally
ultrastrutturistica {f}  :: ultrastructure (study of)
ultrasuono {m}  :: ultrasound
ultrasuonoterapia {f} [medicine]  :: ultrasound therapy
ultraterreno {adj}  :: ultramundane, other-worldly
ultratrentennale {adj}  :: Lasting more than thirty years
ultraumano {adj}  :: celestial, divine
ultraumano {adj}  :: ultrahuman
ultravioletto {adj}  :: ultraviolet
ultravirus {m}  :: ultravirus
ultravuoto {m}  :: ultravacuum
ultrice {f}  :: revenger, avenger, vindicator [female]
ultrogenito {adj} [heraldry]  :: That follows a first-born son
ultroneamente {adv}  :: spontaneously
ululando {v}  :: gerund of ululare
ululare {v}  :: cry
ululare {v}  :: howl, bay
ululato {m}  :: howl
ululato {m}  :: howling
ululone {m}  :: toad
umaghese {adj}  :: Of, or from, Umago
umaghese {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Umago
Umago {prop}  :: Umag (town in Croatia)
umanamente {adv}  :: humanely
umanamente {adv}  :: humanly
umanando {v}  :: gerund of umanarsi
umanandosi {v}  :: gerund of umanarsi
umanare {v}  :: To make human (give human characteristics to)
umanarsi {vr}  :: To incarnate
umanazione {f}  :: incarnation
umanesimo {m}  :: humanism
umanissimo {adj}  :: Very humane, very compassionate
umanista {mf}  :: humanist
umanistico {adj}  :: humanistic
umanità {f}  :: humanity
umanità {f}  :: mankind
umanitario {adj}  :: humanitarian
umanitarismo {m}  :: humanitarianism
umanitaristico {adj}  :: humanitarian
umanizzando {v}  :: gerund of umanizzare
umanizzandosi {v}  :: gerund of umanizzarsi
umanizzare {vt}  :: to civilize
umanizzare {vt}  :: to humanize
umanizzarsi {v}  :: reflexive of umanizzare
umanizzarsi {vr}  :: to become civilized
umanizzarsi {vr}  :: to become human
umanizzazione {f}  :: humanization
umanizzazione {f}  :: incarnation
umano {adj}  :: human
umano {adj}  :: humane, compassionate
umano {m}  :: human being
umano {m} [poetic, chiefly, in the plural]  :: mankind, human race
umanoide {adj}  :: humanoid
umanoide {mf}  :: humanoid
umazione {f}  :: alternative form of inumazione
umberta {n}  :: Only used in the term all'umberta
Umbertide {prop}  :: A small town in the Perugia province of Umbria
umbertidese {adj}  :: Of or from Umbertide
umbertino {adj}  :: Umberto (attributive)
Umberto {prop}  :: given name, cognate to Humbert
umbilico {m}  :: navel (variant of ombelico)
umbonato {adj}  :: umbonate
umbone {m}  :: The boss of a shield
umbra {f}  :: Female Umbrian; woman native or inhabitant of Umbria
umbrale {adj} [mathematics]  :: umbral
umbretta {f}  :: hammerkop, umber-bird or hammerhead
Umbria {prop}  :: Umbria
umbrifero {adj}  :: alternative form of ombrifero
umbro {adj}  :: Umbrian, of Umbria, from Umbria
umbro {m}  :: Umbrian; native or inhabitant of Umbria
-ume {suffix}  :: Forms nouns, often derived from adjectives, that have an undesirable quality
umettabile {adj}  :: That can be moistened
umettamento {m}  :: synonym of umettazione
umettando {v}  :: gerund of umettare
umettante {adj}  :: humectant
umettante {m}  :: humectant
umettare {vt}  :: To moisten
umettativo {adj}  :: moistening, humectant
umettazione {f}  :: moistening, dampening
umico {adj}  :: humic, humus
umicolo {adj}  :: humicolous
umidendo {v}  :: gerund of umidire
umidezza {f}  :: humidity, damp, dampness
umidiccio {adj}  :: clammy
umidiccio {adj}  :: dampish
umidiera {f}  :: terra-cotta stewpot, terra-cotta stewing pot
umidificando {v}  :: gerund of umidificare
umidificante {adj}  :: humidifying
umidificare {vt}  :: to humidify
umidificato {adj}  :: humidified
umidificatore {m}  :: humidifier
umidificazione {f}  :: humidification
umidire {v}  :: synonym of inumidire
umidità {f}  :: humidity
umido {adj}  :: humid, damp, wet
umido {m}  :: a sauce in which a food is cooked and served, especially one made from the food's own juices
umido {m}  :: damp, humidity
umidore {m}  :: synonym of umidità
umifero {adj}  :: Rich in humus
umificazione {f}  :: humification
umile {adj}  :: humble
umile {f}  :: (female) A humble woman
umile {m}  :: (in plural) The humble
umile {m}  :: (male of unspecified sex) A humble man/person
umiliamento {m}  :: synonym of umiliazione
umiliando {v}  :: gerund of umiliare
umiliandosi {v}  :: gerund of umiliarsi
umiliante {adj}  :: humiliating, shaming, degrading
umiliare {vt}  :: to control, to dominate
umiliare {vt}  :: to humiliate
umiliare {vt}  :: to mortify
umiliarsi {v}  :: reflexive of umiliare
umiliarsi {vr}  :: to humiliate or humble oneself
umiliatore {adj}  :: humiliating
umiliazione {f}  :: humiliation
umilissimo {adj}  :: humblest, very humble
umilità {f}  :: Variant of umiltà
umillimo {adj}  :: Very humble
umilmente {adv}  :: humbly
umiltà {f}  :: humility
umma {f} [Islam]  :: ummah
umogeno {adj}  :: humogenic (that produces humus)
umor {m}  :: apocopic form of umore
umorale {adj} [anatomy]  :: humoral
umorale {adj}  :: moody
umoralismo {m} [obsolete, medicine]  :: humoralism, humorism
umore {m}  :: humour (supposed set of bodily fluids), (fluid of the eye etc)
umore {m}  :: mood, humour / humor
umore {m} [rare]  :: humour (something funny)
umore {m}  :: temper, temperament
umoresca {f}  :: humoresque
umoresco {adj}  :: synonym of umoristico
umorismo {m}  :: humour / humor (something funny)
umorista {f}  :: humorist (female)
umorista {m}  :: humorist (male)
umoristicamente {adv}  :: humorously
umoristico {adj}  :: humorous, funny
umorosità {f}  :: dampness, humidity
umoroso {adj}  :: damp, moist, humid
umus {m}  :: humus
un {adj}  :: one
un' {adj} [sometimes before a vowel or an h]  :: apocopic form of una
-un- {affix} [chemistry]  :: -un-
un {art}  :: an, a
un' {art} [sometimes before a vowel or an h]  :: apocopic form of una
un {m}  :: one
un {pron}  :: one
un' {pron} [sometimes before a vowel or an h]  :: apocopic form of una
una botta e via {f} [sexuality]  :: one-night stand
una buona parte {f}  :: a great deal
una buona volta {adv}  :: once and for all
una catena è resistente solo quanto il suo anello debole {phrase}  :: a chain is only as strong as its weakest link
una cosa da niente {adv}  :: a trifle, doddle, piece of cake
una goccia in un mare d'acqua {phrase}  :: a drop in the bucket
una mela al giorno leva il medico di torno {proverb}  :: alternative form of una mela al giorno toglie il medico di torno
una mela al giorno toglie il medico di torno {proverb}  :: an apple a day keeps the doctor away (apples are good for your health)
unanime {adj}  :: unanimous
unanimemente {adv}  :: unanimously
unanimismo {m}  :: unanimism
unanimità {f}  :: unanimity
una tantum {adj}  :: one-off
una tantum {adv}  :: once only
una tantum {f}  :: A one-off tax
una volta {adv}  :: once, formerly
una volta {adv}  :: one time, once
una volta {conj}  :: once, when
una volta che {conj}  :: once, when
una volta per tutte {adv}  :: once and for all
una volta tanto {adv}  :: for once
una volta tanto {adv}  :: once and for all
un bel po' di {adj}  :: a great deal of, quite a lot of, a lot of
unbinilio {m}  :: unbinilium
un buon partito {n}  :: a good match
un cammello è un cavallo disegnato da un comitato {phrase}  :: a camel is a horse designed by a committee
unciale {adj}  :: alternative form of onciale
uncin {m}  :: apocopic form of uncino
uncinando {v}  :: gerund of uncinare
uncinare {vt}  :: To hook
uncinato {adj} [anatomy]  :: uncinate, unciform
uncinato {adj}  :: barbed
uncinato {adj}  :: hooked
uncinato {m} [skeleton]  :: hamate, hamate bone, unciform
uncinello {m}  :: The hook part of a hook and eye
uncinetto {m}  :: crochet
uncinetto {m}  :: crochet needle, crochet hook
uncino {m}  :: brace (A cord, ligament, or rod, for producing or maintaining tension)
uncino {m}  :: hook
uncinuto {adj}  :: alternative form of uncinato
undazione {f}  :: synonym of ondeggiamento
undecagono {m}  :: undecagon
undecennale {adj}  :: eleven years (attributive)
undecimo {adj} [literary]  :: eleventh
undecimo {m} [literary]  :: eleventh (fraction)
undecimo {m} [literary]  :: eleventh (the one in eleventh position)
underground {m}  :: the underground (people who resist artistic convention)
understatement {m}  :: understatement
undicenne {adj}  :: eleven-year-old
undicenne {mf}  :: eleven-year-old
undicennio {m}  :: A period of eleven years
undicesimo {adj}  :: eleventh
undicesimo {m}  :: eleventh (fraction)
undicesimo {m}  :: eleventh (the one in eleventh position)
undici {adj}  :: eleven
undici {m}  :: eleven
undici {m}  :: eleven o'clock
undicimila {adj}  :: eleven thousand
undicimila {m}  :: eleven thousand
unendo {v}  :: gerund of unire
unendosi {v}  :: gerund of unirsi
Ungaretti {prop}  :: surname
Ungaretti {prop}  :: Giuseppe Ungaretti, Italian writer and poet
ungarettiano {adj}  :: Relating to, or characteristic of Giuseppe Ungaretti
ungarico {adj}  :: Hungarian
ungaro {adj}  :: Hungarian
ungendo {v}  :: gerund of ungere
ungendosi {v}  :: gerund of ungersi
ungere {vt}  :: to annoint
ungere {vt}  :: to flatter
ungere {vt}  :: to oil, lubricate
ungersi {v}  :: reflexive of ungere
ungersi {vr}  :: to apply cream to the hands, etc
ungersi {vr}  :: to be covered in grease
ungherese {adj}  :: Hungarian
ungherese {mf}  :: Hungarian
ungherese {m}  :: The Hungarian language
Ungheria {prop}  :: Hungary
unghero {adj}  :: alternative form of ungaro
unghia {f} [anatomy]  :: nail, claw
unghiata {f}  :: scratch
unghiato {adj}  :: clawed, taloned
unghiatura {f}  :: chamfer, bevel
unghiatura {f}  :: scratch (with the nails)
unghiatura {f}  :: tab; crown (part of a watch that is turned to adjust the time)
unghiella {f}  :: crosscut chisel
unghiella {f}  :: scoop
unghiello {m}  :: small nail or claw
unghiello {m}  :: spur (on the leg of an animal)
unghiolo {m}  :: claw, nail (of an animal)
unghione {m}  :: hoof
unghione {m}  :: (long) nail, claw or talon
unghiuto {adj}  :: alternative form of unghiato
ungimento {m}  :: synonym of ungitura
un giorno o l'altro {adv}  :: one day, some day, one of these days
ungitore {adj}  :: annointing
ungitore {adj}  :: lubricating
ungitura {f}  :: oiling, greasing, lubrication
unguanno {adv}  :: alternative form of uguanno
ungueale {adj}  :: nail (attributive), ungual
unguentaio {adj}  :: alternative form of unguentario
unguentando {v}  :: gerund of unguentare
unguentare {vt} [rare]  :: to anoint with ointment
unguento {m}  :: ointment, unguent, salve
unguicolato {adj}  :: unguiculate
ungulato {adj}  :: ungulate
ungulato {m}  :: ungulate
unguligrado {adj} [zoology]  :: unguligrade
uni- {prefix}  :: uni-
uniasse {adj}  :: uniaxial (all senses)
uniassiale {adj}  :: uniaxial
uniassico {adj}  :: uniaxial
uniate {adj}  :: Uniate
unibile {adj}  :: unitable, joinable
unibilità {f}  :: unitability
unica {f}  :: only person, only one (female)
unica {f}  :: only thing
unicamente {adv}  :: only, exclusively, solely
unicamerale {adj}  :: unicameral
unicameralismo {m}  :: unicameralism
unicameralmente {adv}  :: unicamerally
unicamerismo {m}  :: alternative form of unicameralismo
unicellulare {adj} [biology]  :: unicellular
unicellulato {adj}  :: unicellular
unicità {f}  :: uniqueness, oneness
unico {adj}  :: only, sole, one, single
unico {adj}  :: unique, unparalleled, unequalled
unico {m}  :: only person, only one
uniconcettuale {adj}  :: uni-conceptual
unicorde {adj}  :: alternative form of monocorde
unicorno {adj}  :: one-horned
unicorno {m}  :: narwhal
unicorno {m}  :: unicorn
unicum {m}  :: unicum
unidimensionale {adj}  :: one-dimensional
unidirezionale {adj}  :: one-way (street, traffic)
unidirezionale {adj}  :: unidirectional
unidirezionalità {f}  :: unidirectionality
unidose {adj}  :: single-dose (attributive)
Unie {prop}  :: Unije (island of Croatia)
unifacciale {adj}  :: unifacial
unifamiliare {adj}  :: single-family (home)
unificabile {adj}  :: unifiable
unificabilità {f}  :: The ability to be unified or standardized
unificando {v}  :: gerund of unificare
unificante {adj}  :: unifying
unificare {vt}  :: to standardize
unificare {vt}  :: to unify
unificativo {adj}  :: unifying
unificato {adj}  :: unified
unificatore {adj}  :: unifying
unificatore {m}  :: unifier
unificatrice {f}  :: feminine noun of unificatore
unificazione {f}  :: unification
unifilare {adj}  :: unifiliar
unifloro {adj} [botany]  :: uniflorous
unifogliato {adj} [botany]  :: unifoliate
uniformando {v}  :: gerund of uniformare
uniformandosi {v}  :: gerund of uniformarsi
uniformare {vt}  :: to conform, adapt
uniformare {vt}  :: to make uniform, level
uniformare {vt}  :: to standardize
uniformarsi {vr}  :: To conform, to comply, to abide
uniformazione {f}  :: conformity
uniformazione {f}  :: evenness
uniformazione {f}  :: levelling
uniforme {adj}  :: unchanging, unvarying, monotonous
uniforme {adj}  :: uniform
uniforme {f}  :: uniform, dress, habit
uniformemente {adv}  :: uniformly
uniformismo {m} [geology]  :: uniformism
uniformità {f}  :: evenness
uniformità {f}  :: uniformity
unigenere {adj} [biology]  :: unigenous
unigenito {adj}  :: only-begotten
unigeno {adj}  :: synonym of unigenito
unikini {m}  :: synonym of monokini
unilabiato {adj} [botany]  :: unilabiate
unilaterale {adj}  :: unilateral, one-sided
unilateralismo {m}  :: unilateralism
unilateralità {f}  :: unilaterality, one-sidedness
unilateralmente {adv}  :: unilaterally, one-sidedly
unilatero {adj}  :: unilateral
uniloculare {adj}  :: unilocular
unimandatario {adj}  :: synonym of monomandatario
unimento {n}  :: combination
unimento {n}  :: union
unimolecolare {adj} [chemistry, physics]  :: unimolecular
uninazionale {adj}  :: uninational (one-nation form of Conservatism)
uninervio {adj} [botany]  :: uninervate
uninominale {adj}  :: single-candidate (attributive)
uninominalismo {m}  :: single-candidacy
uninominalista {adj}  :: single-candidacy (attributive)
unionale {adj} [legal]  :: European Union (attributive)
unione {f}  :: cohesion
unione {f}  :: combination, blend
unione {f}  :: union (all senses)
Unione Africana {prop}  :: African Union
Unione Europea {prop}  :: European Union
unione sindacale {f}  :: trade union
Unione Sovietica {prop}  :: Soviet Union
unionismo {m}  :: trade unionism
unionismo {m}  :: unionism
unionista {mf}  :: unionist
uniovulare {adj}  :: uniovular, uniovulate (twins from the same ovum)
uniparo {adj} [botany, zoology]  :: uniparous
unipetalo {adj}  :: synonym of monopetalo
unipolare {adj}  :: unipolar
unipolarità {f}  :: unipolarity
uniporto {m} [biochemistry]  :: uniport
uniproprietario {adj}  :: Having had only one previous owner (of an item for sale)
unire {v}  :: to join
unire {v}  :: to unite, to put together
unirsi {v}  :: reflexive of unire
unirsi {v}  :: to join, merge with, mingle with
unirsi {v}  :: to unite, herd, get together, join up, join
unirsi in matrimonio {v}  :: To become married, to espouse
unirsi in matrimonio {v}  :: to get married
unisessuale {adj}  :: unisexual
unisessualità {f}  :: unisexuality
unisex {adj}  :: unisex
unisillabico {adj}  :: synonym of monosillabico
unisillabo {adj}  :: synonym of monosillabo
unisillabo {m}  :: synonym of monosillabo
unisonanza {f} [music]  :: unison
unisono {m} [music]  :: unison
unità {f}  :: unit
unità {f}  :: unity
unitaglia {adj}  :: one-size-fits-all
unitamente {adv}  :: together (with)
unitamente {adv}  :: uniformly
unitariamente {adv}  :: unitarily, uniformly
unitarianismo {m}  :: Unitarianism
unitariano {adj}  :: Unitarian
unitarietà {f}  :: unitariness
unitario {adj}  :: unification (attributive)
unitario {adj}  :: unitarian
unitario {adj}  :: unitary
unitario {adj}  :: unit (attributive)
unitarismo {m}  :: Unitarianism
unitarista {adj}  :: Unitarian
unità astronomica {f}  :: astronomical unit
unità di misura {f}  :: unit of measurement, unit of measure, unit
unitezza {f}  :: compactness
unitezza {f}  :: uniformity, regularity
unità immaginaria {f} [mathematics]  :: imaginary unit
unitissimo {adj}  :: Very close, very united
unitivo {adj}  :: unitive, united
unito {adj}  :: close
unito {adj}  :: plain (colour)
unito {adj}  :: united
unitore {adj}  :: uniting, unitive
univalente {adj}  :: univalent
univerbando {v}  :: gerund of univerbare
univerbare {v} [linguistics]  :: To univerbate
univerbazione {f} [linguistics]  :: univerbation
universale {adj}  :: universal
universaleggiando {v}  :: gerund of universaleggiare
universaleggiare {v}  :: synonym of universalizzare
universalismo {m}  :: universalism
universalista {mf}  :: universalist
universalistico {adj}  :: universalistic
universalità {f}  :: universality
universalizzando {v}  :: gerund of universalizzare
universalizzandosi {v}  :: gerund of universalizzarsi
universalizzare {vt}  :: to universalize
universalizzarsi {v}  :: reflexive of universalizzare
universalizzarsi {vr}  :: to become universal
universalizzazione {f}  :: universalization
universalmente {adv}  :: universally
universamente {adv}  :: alternative form of universalmente
universiade {f}  :: Universiade
università {f}  :: university
universitario {adj}  :: academic
universitario {adj}  :: university (attributive)
universitario {m}  :: university student or lecturer
universo {m}  :: universe
univitigno {adj}  :: synonym of monovitigno
univocamente {adv}  :: unambiguously
univocazione {f}  :: synonym of univocità
univocità {f}  :: unambiguousness
univoco {adj} [mathematics]  :: Having a single solution
univoco {adj}  :: unambiguous
univoltino {adj}  :: univoltine
unnico {adj}  :: Hunnish
unnilennio {m} [obsolete]  :: unnilennium
unnilesio {m}  :: unnilhexium
unniloctio {m}  :: unniloctium
unnilpentio {m}  :: unnilpentium
unnilpenzio {m}  :: unnilpentium
unnilquadio {m}  :: unnilquadium
unnilseptio {m}  :: unnilseptium
unno {adj}  :: Hunnic
unno {m}  :: Hun
uno {adj}  :: one
uno {art}  :: an, a
uno {num} [cardinal]  :: one
uno {pron}  :: someone, a person
uno {pron}  :: Sono uno a cui piace alzarsi presto - I’m someone who likes getting up early or I’m a person who likes getting up early
uno di questi giorni {adv}  :: one of these days
unodue {m}  :: one-two (punch)
uno sì e uno no {adj}  :: every other (every second; each alternate)
uno sì, l'altro no {adj}  :: Variant of uno sì e uno no
uno sì, uno no {adj}  :: Variant of uno sì e uno no
un paio di palle {interj} [, idiomatic, slang, vulgar]  :: my ass (expresses disapproval, disregard or disbelief)
un po' {adv}  :: a bit, a little, slightly, somewhat
un po' {adv}  :: a trifle
un po' {adv}  :: a while, some time
un poco {adv}  :: alternative form of un po'
un poco di {adj}  :: Variant of un po' di
un po' di {adj}  :: some, a little of, a bit of
unqua {adv}  :: ever
unqua {adv}  :: never
unquanco {adv}  :: never, never before
unque {adv}  :: alternative form of unqua
-unque {suffix}  :: Used to derive indefinite adjectives, adverbs and pronouns
unquemai {adv}  :: never
un soldo di pane {m}  :: a penny bun, penny loaf
untando {v}  :: gerund of untare
untare {v}  :: synonym of ungere
untatore {adj}  :: synonym of ungitore
untatura {f}  :: synonym of ungitura
un tempo {adv}  :: once, formerly
Untervaldo {prop}  :: Unterwalden (Swiss canton)
unticcio {adj}  :: lightly greased
unticcio {adj}  :: slightly oily
unto {adj}  :: greasy
unto {m}  :: fat, grease
unto {m}  :: flattery
unto {m}  :: the anointed
untore {m}  :: plague spreader
untosità {f}  :: Variant of untuosità
untoso {adj}  :: Variant of untuoso
untuario {m}  :: unguentarium
untume {m}  :: any greasy substance that stains or soils something
untuosamente {adv}  :: unctuously
untuosità {f}  :: grease
untuosità {f}  :: greasiness, oiliness
untuoso {adj}  :: greasy, oily, unctuous
ununbio {m}  :: ununbium
ununennio {m}  :: ununennium
ununhexio {m}  :: ununhexium
ununnilio {m}  :: ununnilium
ununoctio {m} [chemistry]  :: ununoctium
ununpentio {m} [chemistry]  :: ununpentium
ununquadio {m} [chemistry]  :: ununquadium
ununseptio {m} [chemistry]  :: ununseptium
ununtrio {m} [chemistry]  :: ununtrium
unununio {m}  :: unununium
unzione {f}  :: unction
uom {m}  :: apocopic form of uomo
uomo {n} [archaic, by extension]  :: person
uomo {n} [by extension]  :: mankind
uomo {n}  :: man
uomo avvisato mezzo salvato {proverb}  :: forewarned is forearmed
uomo d'affari {m}  :: businessman
uomo di casa {m}  :: family man
uomo di casa {m}  :: househusband, house husband
uomo di mondo {m}  :: man of the world (worldly man)
uomo di paglia {m}  :: straw man, figurehead, front man
uomo di poche parole {m} [idiomatic]  :: man of few words
uomo di punta {m} [military]  :: point man
uomo di punta {m}  :: Person who plays the lead role in an activity
uomo d'onore {m}  :: synonym of mafioso
uopo {m}  :: need
uosa {f}  :: gaiters
-uoso {suffix}  :: -ous, -ful, -y
uova strapazzate {fp}  :: scrambled eggs (A dish made by beating and frying eggs, sometimes mixed with milk)
uovo {m}  :: egg
uovo affogato {m}  :: poached egg
uovo alla coque {m}  :: soft-boiled egg
uovo all'occhio di bue {m}  :: fried egg sunny side up
uovo all'ostrica {m}  :: prairie oyster
uovo al tegamino {m}  :: fried egg
uovo bazzotto {m}  :: soft-boiled egg
uovo di giornata {m}  :: new-laid egg
uovo di Pasqua {m}  :: Easter egg
uovo in camicia {m}  :: poached egg
uovo sodo {m}  :: hard-boiled egg
uperizzando {v}  :: gerund of uperizzare
uperizzare {v}  :: synonym of pastorizzare
uperizzatore {m}  :: synonym of pastorizzatore
uperizzazione {f}  :: synonym of pastorizzazione
-uplo {suffix}  :: Used to form nouns representing tuples or tuplets, and the corresponding adjectives
upupa {f}  :: hoopoe
-ura {suffix}  :: Used to form collective nouns
uracile {f} [organic compound]  :: uracil
uragano {m} [weather]  :: hurricane, cyclone
Ural {prop}  :: Ural
Urali {prop}  :: Urals
uralico {adj}  :: Ural (attributive)
uralico {adj}  :: Uralic
uralico {n}  :: Uralic (language)
uralo-altaico {adj}  :: Ural-Altaic
uranato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: uranate
urango {m}  :: alternative form of orango
Urania {prop} [Greek god]  :: Urania
uraniano {adj}  :: Uranian
uranico {adj} [chemistry]  :: uranic
uranico {adj}  :: uranian, heavenly, celestial
uranifero {adj}  :: uraniferous
uranifero {adj}  :: uranium (attributive)
uranile {m}  :: uranyl
uraninite {f}  :: uraninite
uranio {m} [chemistry]  :: uranium
uranio arricchito {m}  :: enriched uranium
uranio impoverito {m}  :: depleted uranium
uranismo {m}  :: uranism
uranista {adj}  :: Uranian
Urano {prop}  :: Uranus (god, planet)
uranofane {f} [mineral]  :: uranophane
uranofano {m} [mineral]  :: uranophane
uranografia {f}  :: uranography
uranografico {adj}  :: uranographic
uranografo {m}  :: uranographer
uranometria {f}  :: uranometry
uranometrico {adj}  :: uranometric
uranoplastica {f} [surgery]  :: uranoplasty
uranorrafia {f}  :: synonym of uranoplastica
uranoscopia {f}  :: uranoscopy
uranoscopo {m}  :: stargazer
uratolitico {adj}  :: uratolytic
uraturia {f} [pathology]  :: uraturia
urbanamente {adv}  :: urbanely, politely, courteously
urbanesimo {m}  :: urbanization
urbanista {mf}  :: town planner
urbanistica {f}  :: town planning
urbanistica {f}  :: urban studies
urbanisticamente {adv}  :: urbanistically
urbanistico {adj}  :: town (attributive)
urbanistico {adj}  :: urban
urbanistico {adj}  :: urbane
urbanità {f}  :: urbanity
urbanizzando {v}  :: gerund of urbanizzare
urbanizzare {vt}  :: to urbanize
urbanizzato {adj}  :: urbanized
urbanizzazione {f}  :: urbanization
urbano {adj}  :: urban
urbano {adj}  :: urbane
Urbano {prop}  :: Urban
urbanocentrico {adj}  :: urbanocentric
urbe {f} [literary]  :: city
Urbe {prop}  :: A small town in the province of Savona
Urbe {prop}  :: The city of Rome
urbicidio {m}  :: urbicide
urbinate {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Urbino
urbinate {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Urbino
Urbino {prop}  :: Urbino
Urbisaglia {prop}  :: a town in the province of Macerata in Marche in Italy
urceolato {adj} [botany]  :: urceolate
urdu {adj}  :: Urdu
urdu {m}  :: Urdu
urea {f}  :: urea
ureasi {f} [enzyme]  :: urease
uredospora {f}  :: uredospore
ureico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: ureic
ureilenico {m} [organic chemistry]  :: ureylene
uremia {f} [pathology]  :: uremia
uremico {adj}  :: uremic / uraemic
ureo {m}  :: uraeus
uretanico {adj}  :: urethane (attributive)
uretano {m} [organic chemistry]  :: urethane
ureterale {adj} [anatomy]  :: ureteral, ureteric
uretere {m} [anatomy]  :: ureter
ureterectomia {f} [surgery]  :: ureterectomy
ureterite {f} [pathology]  :: ureteritis
uretra {f} [anatomy]  :: urethra
uretrale {adj} [anatomy]  :: urethral
uretrectomia {f} [surgery]  :: urethrotomy
uretrite {f} [pathology]  :: urethritis
uretropessi {f} [surgery]  :: urethropexy
uretroscopia {f} [surgery]  :: urethroscopy
uretroscopico {adj} [surgery]  :: urethroscopic
uretrotomia {f} [surgery]  :: urethrotomy
urgendo {v}  :: gerund of urgere
urgente {adj}  :: urgent
urgentemente {adv}  :: urgently
urgentissimo {adj}  :: Very urgent
urgenza {f}  :: hurry
urgenza {f}  :: urgency
urgenzando {v}  :: gerund of urgenzare
urgenzare {v}  :: To urge
urgere {vi}  :: To be urgent; to be needed urgently
-urgia {suffix}  :: relating to surgery
-urgia {suffix}  :: -urgy
uria {f}  :: guillemot, loom or common murre
-uria {suffix} [medicine]  :: -uria
Uria {prop} [Biblical character]  :: Uriah
Uria {prop}  :: given name
uricemia {f} [pathology]  :: uricemia
uricemico {adj} [pathology]  :: uricemic, uricaemic
urico {adj}  :: uric
uricosurico {adj}  :: uricosuric
uricosurico {m} [pharmacology]  :: uricosuric agent, uricosuric drug
uricotelismo {m} [biochemistry]  :: uricotelism
uridililtrasferasi {f} [enzyme]  :: uridyltransferase
uridiltransferasi {f} [enzyme]  :: uridyl transferase (UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase)
urina {f}  :: urine
urinando {v}  :: gerund of urinare
urinare {vi}  :: to urinate
urinario {adj} [physiology]  :: urinary
urinatoio {m}  :: Variant of orinatoio
urinazione {f}  :: urination
urinifero {adj}  :: uriniferous
urinocoltura {f} [pathology]  :: urine culture (to test for microorganisms)
urinoso {adj}  :: urinous
urlamento {m}  :: A prolonged scream or yell
urlando {v}  :: gerund of urlare
urlante {adj}  :: screaming, vociferous
urlare {vi}  :: to howl (of an animal)
urlare {vi}  :: to squall
urlare {vit}  :: to scream, to yell
urlatore {adj}  :: howling, shrieking
urlatore {m}  :: A howling or shrieking person
urlio {m}  :: shouting, howling, shrieking, clamoring
urlo {m}  :: howl (of an animal)
urlo {m}  :: scream
urlo {m}  :: wail (of a siren)
urlo {m}  :: yell
urlone {m}  :: shouter, bawler, yeller
urna {f}  :: ballot box
urna {f}  :: urn, pot
urna elettorale {f}  :: ballot box
uro {m} [zoology]  :: aurochs, urus
uro- {prefix}  :: uro- (related to urine)
uro- {prefix} [zoology]  :: uro- (having a tail)
-uro {suffix} [chemistry]  :: -ide
-uro {suffix} [zoology]  :: having a tail
urobatterio {m}  :: urobacterium
urobilina {f}  :: urobilin
uroboro {m}  :: ouroboros, uroboros
urochinasi {f} [enzyme]  :: urokinase
urocromo {m}  :: urochrome
urofagia {f}  :: urophagia
urogallo {m}  :: capercaillie or wood grouse
urogallo {m}  :: grouse
urogenesi {f}  :: uropoiesis
uro-genitale {adj}  :: alternative spelling of urogenitale
urogenitale {adj} [anatomy]  :: urogenital, genitourinary
urografia {f} [medicine]  :: urography
urogramma {m}  :: urogram
urolitiasi {f}  :: urolithiasis
urolito {m}  :: urolith (urinary calculus)
urologia {f} [medicine]  :: urology
urologico {adj}  :: urological
urologo {m}  :: An urologist
uromastice {m}  :: the mastigure lizard
uroniano {adj}  :: alternative form of huroniano
uronico {adj}  :: uronic
uropatia {f} [pathology]  :: uropathy
uropigeo {adj}  :: uropygial
uropigio {m}  :: uropygial gland
uropoiesi {f}  :: uropoiesis
uropoietico {adj}  :: uropoietic
uroporfirinogeno {m} [biochemistry]  :: uroporphyrinogen
uroscopia {f} [medicine]  :: uroscopy
urotropina {f} [organic compound]  :: urotropine
urrà {interj}  :: hurrah, hooray, hurray
ursigramma {m}  :: ursigram
ursone {m}  :: Canada porcupine, urson (Erethizon dorsatum)
urtacchiando {v}  :: gerund of urtacchiare
urtacchiare {v}  :: To bump or knock repeatedly
urtamento {m}  :: annoying; annoyance
urtamento {m}  :: bumping, knocking; bump, knock
urtando {v}  :: gerund of urtare
urtante {adj}  :: irritating, annoying
urtare {v}  :: to annoy or irritate
urtare {v}  :: to bump into or knock against
urtata {f}  :: knock, bump
urtatina {f}  :: tap (glancing blow)
urtatore {adj}  :: annoying
urtatore {adj}  :: bumping, knocking
urtatura {f}  :: synonym of urtata
urtica {f}  :: Variant of ortica
urticante {adj}  :: urticant
urticchiando {v}  :: gerund of urticchiare
urticchiare {v}  :: To knock or bump lightly and repeatedly
urto {m}  :: attack
urto {m}  :: clash
urto {m}  :: crash, collision
urto {m}  :: knock, bump
urtone {m}  :: hard push or shove
urtone {m}  :: violent knock, blow or crash
urubù {m}  :: vulture
urubù dalla testa nera {m}  :: carrion crow the American black vulture (Coragyps atratus)
uruguaiana {f}  :: Uruguayan (female)
uruguaiano {adj}  :: Uruguayan
uruguaiano {m}  :: Uruguayan
Uruguay {prop}  :: Uruguay
uruguayano {adj}  :: alternative spelling of uruguaiano
uruguayano {m}  :: alternative spelling of uruguaiano
Usa {prop}  :: USA
usabile {adj}  :: usable
usabilità {f}  :: usability
usa e getta {adj}  :: disposable, throw-away
usando {v}  :: gerund of usare
usandosi {v}  :: gerund of usarsi
usanza {f}  :: custom, tradition, (plural) ways
usanza {f}  :: habit, custom
usanza {f} [legal]  :: usance, custom
usanza {f}  :: trend
usare {vt}  :: to use something
usare l'effetto fionda {v}  :: to slingshot
usare le maniere forti {v}  :: to twist someone's arm
usarsi {vr}  :: To be used
usatamente {adv}  :: synonym of di solito
usato {adj}  :: accustomed
usato {adj}  :: second-hand
usato {adj}  :: used, worn
usato {adj}  :: usual, customary, habitual
usato {m}  :: second-hand goods
usatto {m}  :: A type of knee-high boot
usbeco {adj}  :: Uzbek
usbeco {m}  :: Uzbek
usbergo {m}  :: hauberk
uscendo {v}  :: gerund of uscire
uscente {adj}  :: outgoing (from a post)
uscere {m}  :: alternative form of usciere
usciale {m}  :: A large, glass door, especially one used as a room divider
usciere {m}  :: janitor
usciere {m}  :: porter
usciere {m}  :: usher
uscio {m}  :: door (especially a small, exterior door)
uscio {m}  :: doorway, entry
usciolando {v}  :: gerund of usciolare
usciolare {v}  :: To eavesdrop from behind a door
usciolo {m}  :: A small door, especially one in a birdcage
uscir {v}  :: apocopic form of uscire
uscire {vi}  :: to come out (be published)
uscire {vi}  :: to descend, spring (from)
uscire {vi}  :: to disappear
uscire {vi}  :: to flow, run [of a liquid]
uscire {vi}  :: to get off, get out
uscire {vi}  :: to go out, leave, exit
uscire all'indietro {v}  :: to back out (To reverse a vehicle from a confined space)
uscire dai gangheri {v}  :: to get crazy
uscire dai gangheri {v}  :: to lose patience, lose control, lose one's temper, lose one's rag, lose one's cool, blow one's top, go apeshit
uscire dai ranghi {n}  :: break ranks (To publicly disagree with one's own group or organization)
uscire di nascosto {v}  :: to sneak away (To leave a place, or a meeting, without being seen or heard)
uscirsene {v}  :: synonym of andarsene
uscita {f}  :: exit, way out
uscita {f}  :: loophole
uscita {f}  :: outflow (of cash)
uscita {f}  :: outing, trip
uscita {f}  :: release, run (of a publication)
uscita di sicurezza {f}  :: emergency exit
usciuolo {m}  :: alternative form of usciolo
uscocco {adj}  :: Uskok
uscocco {m}  :: Uskok
username {m} [computing]  :: username
usignolo {m}  :: nightingale
usignolo {m}  :: warbler
usignolo maggiore {m}  :: thrush mightingale
usignuolo {m}  :: alternative form of usignolo
usitatamente {adv}  :: usually, as usual
usitato {adj}  :: common, usual
USL {f}  :: local health authority
USL {f}  :: local health district
uso {m}  :: custom, habit
uso {m}  :: use
usofrutto {m}  :: alternative form of usufrutto
usolando {v}  :: gerund of usolare
usolare {v}  :: alternative form of usciolare
usoliere {m}  :: string
usometro {m}  :: An apparatus for measuring the wear-resistance of a fabric
ussaro {m}  :: hussar
ussita {adj}  :: Hussite
ussita {mf}  :: Hussite
ussitismo {m}  :: alternative form of hussitismo
ussoricida {adj}  :: alternative form of uxoricida
ussoricida {mf}  :: alternative form of uxoricida
ussoricidio {m}  :: alternative form of uxoricidio
usta {f}  :: the characteristic smell left by wild animals and traced by hunting dogs
ustascia {adj}  :: Ustashi
Ustica {prop}  :: An island in the Tyrrhenian Sea
usticese {adj}  :: Of, or from, Ustica
usticese {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Ustica
ustilagine {f}  :: smut (fungus of order Ustilaginales)
ustionando {v}  :: gerund of ustionare
ustionandosi {v}  :: gerund of ustionarsi
ustionare {vt}  :: To burn
ustionarsi {vr}  :: To burn oneself
ustione {f}  :: burn
usto {adj} [poetic]  :: burnt, flamed
ustorio {adj}  :: burning
ustrina {f}  :: alternative form of ustrino
ustrino {m}  :: ustrinum
usuale {adj}  :: usual, ordinary, everyday
usualità {f}  :: usualness
usualmente {adv}  :: usually
usuario {m} [legal]  :: user
usucapendo {v}  :: gerund of usucapire
usucapibile {adj} [legal]  :: That may be acquired by usucaption
usucapibilità {f} [legal]  :: The ability to acquire via usucaption
usucapione {f}  :: usucaption The acquisition of right or title to an object by means of the passage of time
usucapire {v}  :: To acquire via usucaption
usucatto {adj} [legal]  :: acquired via usucaption
usufruendo {v}  :: gerund of usufruire
usufruibile {adj}  :: usable
usufruire {vi}  :: To take advantage (of), to make use (of)
usufrutto {m} [legal]  :: usufruct
usufruttuario {m}  :: usufructuary
usura {f}  :: usury, leech
usura {f}  :: wear, threadbare
usurabile {adj}  :: subject to wear and tear
usurabilità {f}  :: Property of being subjected to wear and tear
usuraia {f}  :: usurer, loan shark (female)
usuraio {m}  :: usurer, loan shark
usurando {v}  :: gerund of usurare
usurandosi {v}  :: gerund of usurarsi
usurare {vt}  :: To wear out
usurario {adj}  :: usurial, usurious
usurarsi {vr}  :: To wear out
usurpamento {m}  :: synonym of usurpazione
usurpando {v}  :: gerund of usurpare
usurpare {vt}  :: to usurp
usurpativamente {adv}  :: By means of usurpation
usurpativo {adj}  :: Relating to, or causing usurpation
usurpatore {m}  :: usurper
usurpatorio {adj}  :: Relating to usurpation or a usurper
usurpatrice {f}  :: usurper (female)
usurpazione {f}  :: usurpation, encroachment
-uta {suffix}  :: Used with a stem to form the feminine singular past participle of regular -ere verbs
-ute {suffix}  :: Used with a stem to form the feminine plural past participle of regular -ere verbs
utello {m}  :: A glazed earthenware jar used to keep oil
utensile {adj}  :: that serves, or is useful
utensile {m}  :: tool, implement
utensileria {f}  :: tools
utensileria {f}  :: tool shop or room
utensilista {m}  :: toolmaker
utente {mf}  :: consumer (utilities etc)
utente {mf}  :: subscriber (telephone)
utente {mf}  :: user
utenza {f}  :: account
utenza {f}  :: use, consumption
utenza {f}  :: user, consumers, customers, subscribers
uterino {adj}  :: uterine
utero {m} [anatomy]  :: womb, uterus, metra
uterorragia {f}  :: synonym of metrorragia
-uti {suffix}  :: Used with a stem to form the masculine plural past participle of regular -ere verbs
uticense {adj}  :: Utican
utile {adj}  :: useful
utilissimo {adj}  :: Very useful
utilista {mf}  :: synonym of enfiteuta
utilità {f}  :: advantage, profit
utilità {f}  :: utility
utilitando {v}  :: gerund of utilitare
utilitare {v}  :: To make useful
utilitare {v}  :: To take advantage
utilitaria {f}  :: small car, city car, economy car, supermini, runabout
utilitario {adj}  :: utilitarian
utilitarismo {m}  :: utilitarianism
utilitarista {adj}  :: utilitarian
utilitarista {mf}  :: utilitarian
utilitaristico {adj}  :: utilitarian
utilizzabile {adj}  :: usable, that can be used
utilizzabilità {f}  :: availability
utilizzabilità {f}  :: utilization
utilizzando {v}  :: gerund of utilizzare
utilizzante {adj}  :: used, employed
utilizzare {vt}  :: to use, make use of, utilize
utilizzato {adj}  :: used, utilized
utilizzatore {m}  :: user
utilizzatrice {f}  :: user (female)
utilizzazione {f}  :: use, utilization
utilizzo {m}  :: availment (of credit)
utilizzo {m}  :: utilization
utilmente {adv}  :: profitably
utilmente {adv}  :: usefully
-uto {suffix}  :: Used to form adjectives from some nouns
-uto {suffix}  :: Used with a stem to form the past participle of regular -ere verbs
utopia {f}  :: utopia
utopico {adj}  :: utopian, ideal
utopista {mf}  :: utopian
utopistico {adj}  :: utopian
utraquismo {m}  :: utraquism
utraquista {mf}  :: utraquist
utraquistico {adj}  :: utraquistic
utriaca {f}  :: synonym of triaca
utricolo {m}  :: alternative form of otricolo
uva {f}  :: [[[collective noun]]] grapes
uva {f}  :: grape
uvaceo {adj}  :: grape (attributive), grapelike
uvaggio {m}  :: blend of different grapes used to make wine
uvea {f} [anatomy]  :: uvea
uveaceo {adj}  :: alternative form of uvaceo
uveale {adj} [anatomy]  :: uveal
uveite {f} [pathology]  :: uveitis
uvetta {f}  :: raisin (fruit)
uvifero {adj}  :: grape-bearing
uvina {f}  :: synonym of fitolacca
uviopatia {f} [pathology]  :: skin disorder produced by ultraviolet light
uvola {f}  :: alternative form of ugola
uvoso {adj}  :: Rich in grapes
uvulare {adj}  :: uvular
uvulite {f}  :: uvulitis
uxorato {adj}  :: married, but especially used to describe a Roman Catholic priest who has left this office to get married
uxoricida {adj}  :: That has killed her husband
uxoricida {adj}  :: uxoricidal
uxoricida {f}  :: wife that has killed her husband
uxoricida {m}  :: uxoricide
uxoricidio {m}  :: uxoricide (the killing of one's own wife)
uxorilocale {adj}  :: uxorilocal
uxorilocalità {f}  :: uxorilocality
uxorio {adj}  :: uxorial
uxorio {adj}  :: wife (attributive)
uzbeca {f}  :: Uzbek (female)
uzbeco {adj}  :: Uzbek
uzbeco {m}  :: Uzbek
uzbeco {prop}  :: the Uzbek language
Uzbekistan {prop}  :: Uzbekistan
uzbeko {adj}  :: Variant of uzbeco
uzbeko {m}  :: Variant of uzbeco
uzza {f} [regional, Tuscany]  :: A breeze, especially a moist, fragrant breeze at dawn or the evening
uzzolo {m}  :: whim, fancy, urge, caprice