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u {n}  :: See under U
uadi {m}  :: wadi
Ubaldi {prop}  :: Italian 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}  :: male 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 {f}  :: 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 {vr}  :: reflexive form 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 or fowl
uccellare {vt}  :: To fool or 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}  :: 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 {vr}  :: reflexive form 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, or friendly, but it can have patronizing or pejorative connotations when attached to specific words. For example: femminuccia, from femmina
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
UE {initialism}  :: initialism of Unione Europea (EU)
Ueli {prop}  :: male given name, variant of Ulrico
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
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
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}  :: Italian surname
Ughi {prop}  :: Uto Ughi, Italian musician
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}  :: male given name, equivalent to Hugh
ugola {f} [anatomy]  :: uvula
ugola {f} [by extension]  :: throat
ugola {f} [figuratively]  :: voice (singer)
Ugolino {prop}  :: male 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
uistiti {m}  :: marmoset (of genus Callithrix)
ukase {m}  :: ukase
ukulelista {f}  :: ukulelist
ulano {m}  :: ulan, uhlan
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
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}  :: male 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 {f}  :: 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
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 {vr}  :: reflexive form 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}  :: male given name, cognate to Humbert
umbilico {m}  :: navel (variant of ombelico)
umbonato {adj}  :: umbonate
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 humiliate
umiliare {vt}  :: to mortify
umiliarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form 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 {adj}  :: feminine singular form of uno
una {art}  :: feminine singular form of uno
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 cosa da niente {adv}  :: a trifle, doddle, piece of cake
una goccia in un mare d'acqua {phrase}  :: a drop in the bucket
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
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}  :: eleventh
undecimo {m}  :: eleventh (fraction)
undecimo {m}  :: 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}  :: Italian 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 {vr}  :: reflexive form 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)
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 Sovietica {prop}  :: Soviet Union
unionismo {m}  :: trade unionism
unionismo {m}  :: unionism
unionista {f}  :: 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 {vr}  :: reflexive form 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 {f}  :: universalist
universalistico {adj}  :: universalistic
universalità {f}  :: universality
universalizzando {v}  :: gerund of universalizzare
universalizzandosi {v}  :: gerund of universalizzarsi
universalizzare {vt}  :: to universalize
universalizzarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form 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
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 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 {n}  :: ununbium
ununennio {m}  :: ununennium
ununhexio {m}  :: ununhexium
ununnilio {m}  :: ununnilium
ununoctio {m}  :: ununoctium
ununpentio {m}  :: ununpentium
ununquadio {m}  :: ununquadium
ununseptio {m}  :: ununseptium
ununtrio {m}  :: ununtrium
unununio {m}  :: unununium
unzione {f}  :: unction
uom {m}  :: apocopic form of uomo
uomo {m} [archaic, by extension]  :: person
uomo {m} [by extension]  :: mankind
uomo {m}  :: man
uomo avvisato mezzo salvato {proverb}  :: forewarned is forearmed
uomo d'affari {m}  :: businessman
uomo di casa {m}  :: househusband, house husband
uomo di mondo {m}  :: man of the world
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 Ragno {prop}  :: Spider-Man
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 {n}  :: poached egg
uovo alla coque {n}  :: soft-boiled
uovo all'occhio di bue {n}  :: fried egg sunny side up
uovo all'ostrica {n}  :: prairie oyster
uovo al tegamino {m}  :: fried egg
uovo bazzotto {n}  :: soft-boiled
uovo di giornata {m}  :: new-laid egg
uovo di Pasqua {n}  :: Easter egg
uovo in camicia {n}  :: poached egg
uovo sodo {n}  :: 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
uracile {f} [organic compound]  :: uracil
uragano {m} [weather]  :: hurricane, cyclone
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
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}  :: 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 {f}  :: 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 {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
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
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 scream or yell
urlare {vi}  :: To squall
urlare {vt}  :: To scream or yell something
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
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)
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
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 {f}  :: Hussite
ussitismo {m}  :: alternative form of hussitismo
ussoricida {adj}  :: alternative form of uxoricida
ussoricida {f}  :: alternative form of uxoricida
ussoricidio {m}  :: alternative form of uxoricidio
ustascia {adj}  :: Ustashi
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}  :: 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 {m}  :: 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}  :: 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 {f}  :: 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 {f}  :: 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 {f}  :: utopian
utopistico {adj}  :: utopian
utraquismo {m}  :: utraquism
utraquista {f}  :: 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
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}  :: A breeze, especially a moist, fragrant breeze at dawn or the evening
uzzolo {m}  :: whim, fancy, urge, caprice