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z {n}  :: See under Z
Z {symbol}  :: The letter zeta in the Greek alphabet
zabaglione {n}  :: zabaglione
zabaione {m}  :: alternative form of zabaglione
zabattiero {m} [obsolete]  :: cobbler
zabetta {f}  :: gossip (person)
zabibo {m} [obsolete]  :: Variant of zibibbo
zabro {m}  :: A type of beetle Zabrus tenebrioides that is a pest in cereal crops
zac {interj}  :: rap (sound)
Zaccaria {prop}  :: male given name of biblical origin
Zaccaria {prop}  :: the Book of Zechariah
Zaccaria {prop}  :: Zachariah, Zacharias, Zachary, Zechariah [biblical character]
zaccaro {m} [obsolete]  :: Variant of zacchera
zacchera {f}  :: mud splash
zaccherella {f}  :: little splash of mud
zaccherone {m}  :: A muddy or dirty person
zaccheroso {adj}  :: muddy (covered in mud)
zacchete {interj}  :: synonym of zac
zacintio {adj}  :: Of or from Zakynthos (ancient "Zacinto")
zaconico {adj}  :: Tsakonian, Tzakonian
zafardoso {adj} [obsolete]  :: smeared, dirty
zaff {interj}  :: zap (sound)
zaffamento {m}  :: plugging
zaffando {v}  :: gerund of zaffare
zaffara {f}  :: alternative form of zaffera
zaffare {vt}  :: To plug
zaffata {f}  :: a bad smell; a whiff, stink or stench
zaffata {f}  :: a splash of liquid
zaffato {adj}  :: plugged
zaffatura {f}  :: plugging
zaffe {interj}  :: alternative form of zaff
zaffera {f}  :: A blue/violet impasto used in making maiolica
zafferanato {adj}  :: saffron (attributive)
zafferaneto {m}  :: A saffron plantation
zafferano {adj}  :: saffron coloured
zafferano {m}  :: saffron
zafferanone {m}  :: safflower
zaffete {interj}  :: alternative form of zaff
zaffirino {adj}  :: sapphire (attributive)
zaffirino {m} [mineralogy]  :: sapphirine
zaffiro {adj}  :: sapphire colored
zaffiro {m}  :: sapphire
zaffo {m}  :: plug
Zagabria {prop}  :: Zagreb
zagaglia {f}  :: assegai
zagagliata {f}  :: A blow from an assegai
zagana {f}  :: A ribbon used to trim or hem women's clothing
zaganella {f}  :: a ribbon, bordered with gold or silver threads, used as trimming on dresses
zaganella {f}  :: mockery, derision
zagara {f}  :: orange blossom or general tree blossom
zagarella {f}  :: a dark stripe on a horse's back
zagarella {f}  :: tape, ribbon
Zagarolo {prop}  :: A small town in the Roma province of Lazio
Zagarolo {prop}  :: A white wine from this region
zaglosso {m}  :: long-beaked echidna (Zaglossus)
zaidita {adj}  :: Zaidi, Zaydi
zaidita {f}  :: Zaidi, Zaydi
zainetto {m}  :: a small rucksack, as worn by schoolchildren
zaino {adj}  :: (of the dark coat of a horse, dog etc) Having no light markings
zaino {m}  :: rucksack [British], backpack
zaire {m}  :: zaire
Zaire {prop}  :: Zaire
zairese {adj}  :: Zairean
zairese {mf}  :: Zairean
zairiano {adj}  :: Zairean
zairota {adj}  :: synonym of zairese
zalcitabina {f} [medicine]  :: zalcitabine
zama {f}  :: An alloy of zinc used especially for plumbing fixtures
zamberlucco {m}  :: A long, loose-fitting robe or cloak
Zambia {prop}  :: Zambia
zambiana {f}  :: Zambian (female)
zambiano {adj}  :: Zambian
zambiano {m}  :: Zambian
zambo {n}  :: half-caste of an African negro and an indigenous American
zambra {f} [obsolete]  :: room, chamber
zambra {f} [obsolete]  :: toilet, lavatory
zambracca {f} [obsolete]  :: wench
zambracca {f} [obsolete]  :: whore
Zamorani {prop}  :: Italian surname
zampa {f}  :: a animal's leg
zampa {f}  :: a paw
zampa di gallina {f}  :: bad handwriting, scrawl
zampa di gallina {f} [in plural]  :: crow's feet, wrinkles at the outer corners of the eye
zampa di lepre {f}  :: wing rail
zampa di mosca {f} [especially in plural]  :: Very small, illegible handwriting
zampa di ragno {f}  :: A groove on the inner surface of a bearing through which lubricant is distributed
zampa d'oca {f} [nautical]  :: A mooring consisting of multiple cables that are combined, near a vessel, to form a single cable
zampando {v}  :: gerund of zampare
zampare {vit}  :: to paw (of an animal, to hit repeatedly with the paw)
zampata {f}  :: a blow from an animal's paw, especially from that of a dog or cat
zampata {f}  :: spoor
zampeggiando {v}  :: gerund of zampeggiare
zampeggiare {vi}  :: To paw the ground
zampetta {f}  :: foot, paw
zampetta {f}  :: leg
zampettando {v}  :: gerund of zampettare
zampettare {vt}  :: to run away
zampettare {vt}  :: to scamper
zampetto {m}  :: the foot of an animal when cooked as food
zampicando {v}  :: gerund of zampicare
zampicare {vi}  :: To run away
zampillamento {m}  :: gushing-forth
zampillamento {m}  :: spurting-out
zampillando {v}  :: gerund of zampillare
zampillare {vi}  :: to gush forth
zampillare {vi}  :: to spout
zampillare {vi}  :: to spurt out
zampillio {m}  :: gushing-forth (continuous)
zampillio {m}  :: spurting-out (continuous)
zampillo {m}  :: a gushing forth
zampillo {m}  :: a spurting out
zampina {f}  :: A type of sausage from Puglia
zampino {m}  :: pawprint; track
zampino {m}  :: the paw of an animal
zampirone {m}  :: mosquito coil
zampitto {m}  :: synonym of ciocia
zampogna {f} [musical instruments]  :: bagpipes
zampognando {v}  :: gerund of zampognare
zampognare {vi} [figurative]  :: to scream with pain
zampognare {vi}  :: to play the bagpipe
zampognaro {m}  :: bagpipe player
zampone {m}  :: In Italian cookery, stuffed pig’s trotter with spicy ground up pork, usually dried and cured, often served with lentils
zana {f}  :: basket (shallow, oval)
zanaia {f}  :: Woman who makes or sells baskets (zana)
zanaio {m}  :: Person who makes or sells baskets (zana)
zanaiolo {m}  :: tinker (who carries objects on a basket)
zanata {f}  :: basketful
Zanazzo {prop}  :: Italian surname
Zanazzo {prop}  :: Giggi Zanazzo, Italian poet etc
zanca {f} [in the plural]  :: stilts
zanca {f}  :: leg
zanella {f}  :: (cotton) fabric
zanella {f}  :: gutter (drainage channel)
zangola {f}  :: churn for making butter
zangolando {v}  :: gerund of zangolare
zangolare {vi}  :: To churn
zangolatore {m}  :: churner (person)
zangolatura {f}  :: churning (of cream to make butter)
zangone {m} [nautical]  :: A V-shaped rib in the bow of a ship
zani {m}  :: alternative form of zanni
Zanichelli {prop}  :: An Italian publishing house
Zanichelli {prop}  :: Italian surname
zanna {f}  :: the tooth of an animal; especially the tusk of an elephant, boar etc. and the fang of a dog, wolf etc
zannando {v}  :: gerund of zannare
zannare {v}  :: alternative form of azzannare
zannare {v}  :: To polish (gold leaf especially) using a tooth
zannata {f}  :: bite (by an insect)
zanneria {f}  :: buffoonery
zannesco {adj}  :: zany, buffoonish
zanni {m}  :: zany person; fool, buffoon, clown
zannuto {adj}  :: tusked; toothed; fanged
Zante {prop}  :: Zakynthos
zanza {m}  :: pilferer, filcher
zanzara {f}  :: mosquito
zanzaricida {m}  :: mosquito insecticide
zanzariera {f}  :: mosquito net
zanzarifugo {adj}  :: mosquito-repellent
zanzarone {m} [informal]  :: daddy longlegs
zanzata {m}  :: scam, fraud
zanzero {m}  :: drinking companion
Zanzi {prop}  :: Italian surname
Zanzibar {prop}  :: Zanzibar
zanzibariano {adj}  :: Zanzibari
zapaterista {adj}  :: Zapatista
zapaterista {f}  :: Zapatista
zapatista {adj}  :: Zapatist
zapoteco {adj}  :: Zapotec
zapoteco {m}  :: Zapotec
zappa {f}  :: an agricultural implement, such as a hoe
zappacavallo {f}  :: A horse-drawn hoe or similar weeding machine
zappadore {m}  :: alternative form of zappatore
zappamento {m}  :: synonym of zappatura
zappando {v}  :: gerund of zappare
zappare {vt}  :: To hoe
zappaterra {m}  :: boor, lout
zappaterra {m}  :: hoer; farm labourer, peasant
zappatore {m}  :: agricultural labourer
zappatore {m}  :: sapper
zappatrice {f}  :: plough
zappatrice {f}  :: weeder
zappatura {f}  :: hoeing
zappetta {f}  :: Small hoe
zappettando {v}  :: gerund of zappettare
zappettare {vt}  :: To hoe
zappettatura {f}  :: hoeing
zappicoltura {f}  :: primitive agriculture using simple hand-held implements (such as a hoe)
zapponando {v}  :: gerund of zapponare
zapponare {v}  :: To clear land using a mattock
zapponatura {f}  :: land-clearance using a mattock
zappone {m}  :: mattock
zaptiè {m}  :: zaptieh
zar {m}  :: tsar, czar
zara {f}  :: A medieval game of chance using dice
zara {f}  :: chance, happenstance
Zara {prop}  :: The letter Z in the Italian phonetic alphabet
Zara {prop}  :: Zadar (in Croatia)
Zara {prop}  :: Zara
zaratino {adj}  :: Of or from Zara
zarevic {m}  :: tsarevitch, czarevitch
zarina {f}  :: tsarina, czarina
zarismo {m}  :: czarism, tsarism
zarista {adj}  :: czarist, tsarist
Zarlino {prop}  :: Italian surname
Zarlino {prop}  :: Gioseffo Zarlino, Italian composer
zaro {m}  :: alternative form of zara
Zasavska {prop}  :: Central Sava (statistical region of Slovenia)
zatta {f}  :: cantaloupe (melon)
zattera {f}  :: pontoon (for marine construction, etc)
zattera {f}  :: raft (primitive vessel, modern emergency or sports craft)
zatteraggio {m} [nautical]  :: unloading via rafts
Zattere {prop} [Venice]  :: A street (partially a boardwalk) in Dorsoduro, Venice, alongside the Giudecca canal
zatteriere {m} [nautical]  :: A person who builds rafts
zatterone {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: wedge shoe
zavorra {f}  :: ballast, either in the hold of a ship or thrown out from a balloon
zavorra {f} [figuratively]  :: - junk, anything unwanted (a white elephant)
zavorramento {m} [nautical]  :: ballasting (loading with ballast)
zavorrando {v}  :: gerund of zavorrare
zavorrante {adj}  :: ballasting
zavorrare {vt}  :: To load with ballast
zavorrato {adj}  :: loaded (down) with ballast
zavorratore {m} [nautical]  :: ballaster (person who loads and distributes ballast)
zavorratura {f}  :: synonym of zavorramento
zazzera {f}  :: a shock or mop of hair
zazzerato {adj}  :: long-haired
zazzerato {m}  :: moptop (long-haired person)
zazzerina {f}  :: A short, untidy hairstyle (women's)
zazzerone {m}  :: longhair (long-haired hippie)
zazzeruto {adj}  :: long-haired
zazzicchia {f}  :: pork sausage
zdanovismo {m}  :: Zhdanovism
zdanovista {adj}  :: Zhdanovist
zdanovista {f}  :: Zhdanovist
zebù {m}  :: zebu
zebedei {n}  :: balls, ballocks
Zebedeo {prop}  :: Zebedee
zebra {f} [in the plural, informal]  :: zebra crossing
zebra {f}  :: zebra
zebrallo {m}  :: zorse, zebrula
zebrato {adj}  :: having black and white stripes, as a zebra
zebrato {adj}  :: having dark and light stripes with the same pattern
zebratura {f}  :: zebra (black and white) stripes
zecca {f}  :: a mint (factory for producing coinage)
zecca {f}  :: tick
zecchinetta {f}  :: lansquenet (card game)
zecchinetto {m}  :: alternative form of zecchinetta
Zecchini {prop}  :: An Italian publishing house
Zecchini {prop}  :: Italian surname
zecchino {m}  :: a gold coin, especially a Venetian Ducat
zeccola {m}  :: burdock
zeccola {m}  :: trifle (insignificant thing)
zediglia {f}  :: alternative form of cediglia
zedoaria {f}  :: zedoary (Curcuma zedoaria)
Zeffirelli {prop}  :: Italian surname
Zeffirelli {prop}  :: Franco Zeffirelli, Italian film director
zeffiro {m}  :: Variant of zefiro
zefiro {m}  :: a light west wind, a zephyr
zeismo {m}  :: pellagra
Zelanda {prop}  :: Zealand (Danish island)
Zelanda {prop}  :: Zeeland (Dutch province)
zelandese {adj}  :: Zeelandic
zelandese {m}  :: Zeelandic (language)
zelante {adj}  :: (ironically), showing excess zeal
zelante {adj}  :: zealous
zelantemente {adv}  :: zealously
zelanteria {f}  :: officiousness
zelantone {m}  :: zealot
zelatore {m}  :: zealot
zelighiano {adj}  :: zany
zelo {m}  :: zeal, fervour, ardour
zelota {f}  :: Zealot (follower of Zealotry)
zelotismo {m}  :: Zealotry
zembro {m}  :: synonym of cembro
Zemfira {prop}  :: A transliteration of the Russian female given name Земфи́ра
zemmifobia {f}  :: zemmiphobia (fear of rats)
zendado {m}  :: black shawl
zendado {m}  :: sendal
zendale {m}  :: alternative form of zendado
zendo {m} [obsolete]  :: The Avestan language
zenismo {m}  :: The cultural aspects of Zen Buddhism
zenista {adj}  :: Relating to the cultural aspects of Zen Buddhism
zenit {m}  :: zenith
zenitale {adj}  :: zenithal
Zenone {prop}  :: male given name
Zenone {prop}  :: Zeno of Verona
zenzara {f}  :: alternative form of zanzara
zenzero {m}  :: ginger (the spice)
zenziglio {m}  :: A type of snuff (once a state monopoly)
zeolite {f} [mineralogy]  :: zeolite
zeolitico {adj}  :: zeolitic
zeotropico {adj}  :: zeotropic
zeotropo {m} [physics, chemistry]  :: zeotrope
zeppa {f}  :: a platform shoe
zeppa {f}  :: a type of word-game
zeppa {f}  :: a wedge-shaped piece of wood
zeppa {f}  :: in printing, a small piece of lead used as a spacer or a brief article inserted to fill a page
zeppamento {m}  :: wedging
zeppando {v}  :: gerund of zeppare
zeppare {v}  :: To fill up completely; make chock full
zeppare {v}  :: To wedge
zeppatura {f}  :: wedging
zeppo {adj}  :: extremely full, jam-packed with something
zeppola {f} [colloquial]  :: lisp (mispronunciation of the sounds /s/ and /z/)
zeppola {f}  :: zeppola (any of several varieties of traditional fried sweet from southern Italy)
zeptometro {m}  :: zeptometre
zeranta {mf}  :: The numeral 00
zerbineria {f}  :: doormats considered as a group
zerbineria {f}  :: gallantry
zerbinesco {adj}  :: Foolishly gallant
zerbino {m}  :: doormat
zerbino {m}  :: popinjay
zerbinotto {m}  :: a dandy or fop
zeresimo {adj}  :: zeroth
zero {adj}  :: zero
zero {m}  :: nil (football)
zero {m}  :: zero
zero {num} [cardinal]  :: zero
zero assoluto {n}  :: absolute zero (coldest possible temperature)
zero assoluto {n}  :: nonentity
zero spaccato {m}  :: A zero written with an oblique slash through it, so as to distinguish it from the letter "o"
zerovalente {adj} [chemistry]  :: zerovalent
zerovoltmetro {m}  :: A voltmeter that has the zero position in the middle of the scale instead of at one end
zervanismo {f}  :: Zurvanism (form of zoroastrianism)
zeta {mf}  :: zeta; The letter Z/z in the Italian and Greek alphabets
zetani {m}  :: A heavy silk fabric
zetetica {f}  :: zetetics
zetetico {adj}  :: zetetic (all senses)
zettatura {f}  :: A zigzag pattern
zettatura {f}  :: The back-and-forth winding of thread onto a spool to make such a pattern
zeugita {m}  :: zeugita
zeugma {m} [rhetoric]  :: zeugma
zeugmatico {adj}  :: zeugmatic
zia {f}  :: aunt
ziano {m}  :: alternative form of zio
zibaldone {m}  :: a book containing multiple writings collected in a scattered fashion
zibaldone {m}  :: a confusing mixture of diverse things or people
zibaldone {m}  :: hodgepodge
zibaldone {m}  :: The notebook by Leopardi that became a generic name for a collection of loosely connected thoughts
zibellina {f}  :: sable
zibellino {m}  :: sable; either the animal or the fur
zibetto {m}  :: civet
zibibbo {m}  :: a variety of Muscat grape from Southern Italy
zibibbo {m}  :: wine made from these grapes
Zichichi {prop}  :: Italian surname
Zichichi {prop}  :: Antonino Zichichi, Italian physician
zietta {f}  :: auntie
zietto {m}  :: diminutive form of zio
zifera {f}  :: alternative form of zifra
ziffe {interj}  :: zap (hard sound)
zifio {m}  :: beaked whale (of genus Ziphius)
zifra {f}  :: alternative form of cifra
zifra {f}  :: zero, zilch
zigano {adj}  :: of or concerning such a person
zigano {m}  :: a Gypsy, especially one from Hungary
zigano {m}  :: a street musician, especially one who plays the violin
zigaro {m}  :: alternative form of cigaro
zigena {f}  :: burnet moth
zigite {m} [nautical]  :: zygite
zigo {m} [nautical]  :: zygite
zigo- {prefix}  :: zygo-
zigodattilo {adj}  :: zygodactylic
zigolo {m}  :: bunting - bird
zigolo capinero {m}  :: black-headed bunting
zigolo delle nevi {m}  :: snow bunting, snowbird
zigolo di Lapponia {m}  :: Lapland bunting
zigolo giallo {m}  :: yellowhammer
zigolo golarossa {n}  :: pine bunting (Emberiza leucocephalos)
zigolo nero {m}  :: cirl bunting
zigoma {m}  :: Variant of zigomo
zigomatico {adj} [skeleton]  :: zygomatic
zigomatico {m} [muscle]  :: zygomaticus, zygomatic
zigomo {m} [skeleton]  :: cheekbone
zigomorfia {f} [botany]  :: zygomorphism
zigomorfismo {m}  :: zygomorphism
zigomorfo {adj} [botany]  :: zygomorphic, zygomorphous
zigosi {f}  :: zygosis
zigospora {f} [botany]  :: zygospore
zigote {m} [biology]  :: zygote
zigotene {m}  :: zygotene, zygonema
zigotico {adj}  :: zygotic
zigoto {m}  :: Variant of zigote
zigrinando {v}  :: gerund of zigrinare
zigrinare {vt}  :: to grain hide or skins
zigrinare {vt}  :: to knurl
zigrinare {vt}  :: to mill the edges of coins
zigrinatura {f}  :: milling
zigrino {m}  :: kitefin shark (marine fish of the family Dalatiidae)
zigzagamento {m}  :: zigzag
zigzagando {v}  :: gerund of zigzagare
zigzagare {vi}  :: (of a path), to zigzag
zigzagare {vi}  :: to walk in a zigzag manner
zimarra {f}  :: a long shabby coat
zimarra {f}  :: (in jest) an overlong coat
zimasi {f} [enzyme]  :: zymase
Zimbabwano {adj}  :: Zimbabwean
Zimbabwe {prop}  :: Zimbabwe
zimbabwese {adj}  :: Zimbabwean
zimbabwiano {adj}  :: Of or relating to Zimbabwe
zimbabwiano {m}  :: Person from Zimbabwe
zimbalon {m} [musici]  :: hammered dulcimer
zimbellando {v}  :: gerund of zimbellare
zimbellare {vt}  :: to decoy
zimbellare {vt}  :: to entice, allure, lure
zimbellatore {m}  :: decoyer
zimbellatura {f}  :: decoying
zimbellatura {f}  :: luri
zimbelliera {f}  :: tether of a lure
zimbello {m} [ethology]  :: mockups to stimulate animal behavior
zimbello {m} [figurative]  :: a laughing stock, jest, patsy
zimbello {m} [figurative]  :: flattery
zimbello {m} [venatorial]  :: a decoy bird; either alive and tethered, or made of wood, etc., lure
zimino {m}  :: A green sauce, prepared from spinach etc with parsley and garlic, to acompany fish dishes
zimo- {prefix}  :: zymo-
zimogenico {adj}  :: zymogenic
zimogeno {adj}  :: zymogenic
zimogeno {m} [biochemistry]  :: zymogen
zimogramma {f}  :: zymogram
zimologia {f}  :: zymology
zimologo {m}  :: zymologist
zimometro {m}  :: zymometer
zimostenico {adj}  :: zymosthenic
zimosterolo {m} [organic compound]  :: zymosterol
zimoterapia {f} [medicine]  :: zymotherapy
zimotico {adj}  :: zymotic, enzymatic
zinale {m}  :: apron
zincaggio {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: Parkes process
zincando {v}  :: gerund of zincare
zincare {vt}  :: to coat with zinc
zincare {vt}  :: to galvanise
zincato {m}  :: zincate
zincatore {m}  :: galvanizer
zincatura {f}  :: zing plating, zinc coating
zincheria {f}  :: zinc works
zincifero {adj}  :: zinciferous
zincoblenda {f} [mineral]  :: zincblende
zincografia {f}  :: zincography
zincografico {adj}  :: zincographic
zincografo {m}  :: zincographer
zincone {m}  :: A partially-cut branch that remains attached to a tree
zincotipia {f}  :: zincograph
zincotipia {f}  :: zincography
zincotipista {f}  :: zincographer
zinefra {f}  :: pelmet
zingana {f}  :: synonym of zingara
zingana {f}  :: synonym of zingaresca
zinganesco {adj}  :: synonym of zingaresco
zinganetta {f}  :: A rustic farce sometimes accompanied with music
zingano {m}  :: alternative form of zingaro
zingara {f}  :: gypsy (female)
zingarata {f}  :: prank
zingarello {m}  :: gypsy child
zingaresca {f} [music]  :: A gypsy melody
zingarescamente {adv}  :: In the gypsy manner
zingaresco {adj}  :: of or like a Gypsy or Gypsies
zingaresco {prop}  :: the language of the Gypsies; Romani
zingaro {adj}  :: Gypsy (attributive)
zingaro {m}  :: A Gypsy
zingaro {m} [offensive]  :: A scruffy or slovenly person
zingaro {m}  :: tinker
zingo {m}  :: alternative form of zinco
zingone {m}  :: alternative form of zincone
zinia {f}  :: alternative form of zinnia
zinna {f} [regional]  :: boob, tit (slang expression for breast)
zinnale {m}  :: alternative form of zinale
zinnando {v}  :: gerund of zinnare
zinnare {v}  :: synonym of poppare
zinnia {f}  :: zinnia
zinzania {f}  :: alternative form of zizzania
zinzino {m}  :: A very small portion or part
zio {m} [slang]  :: dude
zio {m}  :: uncle (male relative)
zio materno {m}  :: maternal uncle
-zione {suffix}  :: -action, -ation, -tion (Used to form nouns relating to the action of specified verbs)
zio paterno {m}  :: paternal uncle
zipolando {v}  :: gerund of zipolare
zipolare {v}  :: To bung (plug with a bung)
zipolo {m}  :: the bung of a barrel
zippabile {adj} [computing]  :: zippable
zippando {v}  :: gerund of zippare
zippare {vt} [computing]  :: to zip
ziqqurat {mf}  :: ziggurat, zikkurat
ziraia {f}  :: A store for oil etc in ziri
zircone {m}  :: zircon
zircone {m}  :: zirconite
zirconico {adj}  :: zirconic
zirconio {m}  :: zirconium
zirlando {v}  :: gerund of zirlare
zirlare {vi}  :: to sing (like a thrush)
zirlo {m}  :: the song of a thrush
ziro {m}  :: An earthenware, jug, painted inside, used to store oil etc
zita {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: a larger type of maccheroni pasta
Zita {prop}  :: female given name
zitella {f}  :: an old maid (pejorative)
zitella {f}  :: a spinster
zitellaggine {f} [informal]  :: spinsterhood (state of being on the shelf)
zitellaggio {m}  :: spinsterhood
zitellismo {m}  :: The condition of being a grumpy old maid
zitello {m}  :: A bachelor, especially a more mature one
zitellona {f}  :: an elderly spinster; an old maid
zitellone {m}  :: an elderly bachelor
zitona {f}  :: augmentative of zita
zitona {f} [in the plural]  :: a larger form of ziti
zittella {f}  :: alternative form of zitella
zittello {m}  :: alternative form of zitello
zittendo {v}  :: gerund of zittire
zittendosi {v}  :: gerund of zittirsi
zittio {m}  :: hissing
zittire {vi}  :: to hiss
zittire {vt}  :: to silence or hush someone
zittirsi {vr}  :: To shut up
zitto {adj}  :: quiet, silent
zitto {interj}  :: be quiet!, shush!, sh!
zivolo {m}  :: alternative form of zigolo
zizza {f} [informal]  :: boob (breast)
zizzagando {v}  :: gerund of zizzagare
zizzagare {v}  :: alternative form of zigzagare
zizzania {f} [botany]  :: a darnel, tare
zizzania {f} [figuratively]  :: discord
zizzola {f}  :: jujube, Chinese date
zizzola {f}  :: trifle, bagatelle
zizzolo {m}  :: synonym of giuggiolo
zoè {adv}  :: alternative form of cioè
zoano {m}  :: alternative form of xoanon
zocchio {m}  :: tuft of hair
zoccola {f} [informal]  :: whore, slut
zoccola {f}  :: sewer rat
zoccolaia {f}  :: clog maker (female)
zoccolaio {m}  :: clog maker
zoccolando {v}  :: gerund of zoccolare
zoccolante {m}  :: A type of monk who wore clogs
zoccolare {v}  :: To clip-clop (make a noise walking with clogs, hooves etc)
zoccolaro {m}  :: alternative form of zoccolaio
zoccolata {f}  :: clip-clop (sound)
zoccolata {f}  :: kick or blow with a clog
zoccolato {adj}  :: Wearing clogs
zoccolatura {f}  :: A decorative or protective coating of material along the bottom of a wall
zoccolio {m}  :: clatter (sound) of clogs
zoccolo {m}  :: a clog
zoccolo {m}  :: a die
zoccolo {m}  :: a hoof (of an animal)
zoccolo {m}  :: a plinth
zodiacale {adj}  :: zodiacal
zodiaco {m}  :: zodiac
zoepica {f}  :: A genre of fiction that has an animal as protagonist
zoetropio {m}  :: alternative form of zootropio
zoetropo {m}  :: alternative form of zootropio
zoforo {adj}  :: alternative form of zooforo
zogista {adj}  :: Zogist
-zoico {suffix}  :: -zoic
zoidiofilia {f} [botany]  :: zoophily
zoidiofilo {adj} [botany]  :: zoophilous
zoilo {m}  :: zoilus (a severe and vindictive critic)
zola {m} [informal]  :: gorgonzola
Zola {prop}  :: Italian surname from several places of the name in Italy
zolfa {f}  :: alternative form of solfa
zolfaio {m}  :: sulfur miner
zolfanello {m}  :: a (sulphur) match; a lucifer
zolfanello {m}  :: a wick impregnated with sulphur, used to disinfect barrels
zolfara {f}  :: sulfur mine (underground)
zolfatara {f}  :: a sulphur mine (on the surface)
zolfatara {f}  :: the emission of sulfurous vapours from cracks in the ground associated with volcanos; the resulting sulfur deposits
zolfatura {f}  :: alternative form of solfatura
zolfifero {adj}  :: alternative form of solfifero
zolfigno {adj}  :: sulfury (in colour)
zolfino {adj}  :: sulfury (in colour, smell etc)
zolfino {m}  :: synonym of zolfanello
zolfo {m}  :: sulfur [US], sulphur [British]
zoliano {adj}  :: Zolian
zolla {f}  :: a small plot of land; a small field
zolla {f}  :: lump, tussock, hassock
zolla {f}  :: turf, sod, divot
zollando {v}  :: gerund of zollare
zollare {v}  :: To turf
zollata {f}  :: A blow from a thrown lump of soil etc
zolletta {f}  :: a lump or cube of sugar, sugar cube
zollosità {f}  :: lumpiness, cloddishness
zolloso {adj}  :: cloddy
zollverein {m}  :: customs union
zombando {v}  :: gerund of zombare
zombare {v}  :: To clash (beat noisily)
zombata {f}  :: Series of clashes (noisy sounds)
zombatura {f}  :: clashing ((making a) noisy banging sound)
zombi {mf}  :: zombie
zombie {mf}  :: alternative spelling of zombi
zompando {v}  :: gerund of zompare
zompare {vi}  :: To jump
zona {f}  :: a zone, area or district
zona di guerra {f}  :: war zone
zona eufotica {f}  :: euphotic zone
zona fotica {f}  :: photic zone
zona giorno {f}  :: living area (in a house or flat)
zonale {adj}  :: district, zonal
zonando {v}  :: gerund of zonare
zona notte {f}  :: sleeping area, bedrooms
zonare {v}  :: synonym of recingere
zonare {v}  :: To zone
zona rifornimento {f}  :: feed zone
zonarolo {adj} [football, of a player]  :: Who plays in a particular position
zonato {adj}  :: zoned, banded, striped
zonatura {f}  :: zoning
zonazione {f} [geology]  :: zonation
zondado {m}  :: alternative form of zendado
zonista {f} [sports, especially, football]  :: A player who plays most often in a particular position
zonizzando {v}  :: gerund of zonizzare
zonizzare {vt}  :: to zone [divide into zones]
zonizzazione {f}  :: zoning
zonoedro {m} [mathematics]  :: zonohedron
zonzo {adv}  :: used only in the verb andare a zonzo
zoo {m}  :: zoo
zoo- {prefix}  :: zoo-
zoochimica {f} [chemistry]  :: zoochemistry
zoocoltore {m}  :: zootechny expert
zoocoltura {f}  :: zootechny
zoocoria {f} [botany]  :: zoochory
zoocoro {adj} [botany]  :: zoochoric, zoochorous
zoocultura {f}  :: alternative form of zoocoltura
zoofagia {f}  :: zoophagy
zoofago {adj}  :: zoophagous
zoofilia {f} [botany]  :: zoophily
zoofilia {f}  :: zoophilia
zoofilo {adj}  :: zoophilic
zoofilo {m}  :: zoophile
zoofisiologia {f}  :: zoophysiology (animal physiology)
zoofito {adj}  :: zoophytic
zoofito {m}  :: zoophyte
zooflagellato {m}  :: zooflagellate
zoofobia {f}  :: zoophobia
zoofobo {adj}  :: zoophobic
zoofobo {m}  :: zoophobe
zooforo {adj}  :: zoophoric
zooforo {m}  :: zoophorous
zoogamia {f}  :: zoogamy
zoogamo {adj}  :: zoogamous
zoogenico {adj} [geology]  :: zoogenic
zoogeografia {f} [biology]  :: zoogeography
zooglea {f} [biology]  :: zoogloea
zoografia {f}  :: zoography
zooiatra {f}  :: veterinarian
zooiatria {f}  :: veterinary medicine
zooiatrico {adj}  :: veterinary
zoolatra {f}  :: zoolater
zoolito {m}  :: zoolite
zoologia {f}  :: zoology
zoologico {adj}  :: zoological
zoologo {m}  :: zoologist (male)
zoom {m} [photography]  :: zoom
zoomafia {n}  :: illegal trade in animals
zoomando {v}  :: gerund of zoomare
zoomare {vi} [photography]  :: to zoom
zoomata {f} [photography]  :: zoom (act of zooming)
zoometria {f}  :: zoometry
zoomorfico {adj}  :: zoomorphic
zoomorfismo {m}  :: zoomorphism
zoomorfo {adj}  :: zoomorphic
zoomorfosi {f} [botany]  :: zoomorphosis
zoonimo {m}  :: zoonym
zoonomo {m}  :: An expert in animal husbandry
zoonosi {f} [veterinary medicine]  :: zoonosis
zoonotico {adj} [veterinary medicine]  :: zoonotic
zoopaleontologia {f}  :: zoopaleontology
zooparassita {m}  :: zooparasite
zoopatologia {f}  :: zoopathology
zooplancton {m}  :: zooplankton
zooplanctonico {adj}  :: zooplanktonic
zooprofilassi {f}  :: zooprophylaxis
zooprofilattico {adj}  :: zooprophylactic
zoosafari {m}  :: safari park
zoosemiotica {f}  :: zoosemiotics
zoospermio {m}  :: zoosperm
zoospora {f} [biology]  :: zoospore
zootecnia {f}  :: animal husbandry; zootechny, zootechnics
zootecnica {f}  :: a female expert in the study of livestock; a female zootechnician
zootecnica {f}  :: Variant of zootecnia
zootecnico {adj}  :: zootechnical; relating to the study of livestock
zootecnico {m}  :: an expert in the study of livestock; a zootechnician
zootomia {f}  :: zootomy
zootomico {adj}  :: zootomic
zootomista {f}  :: zootomist
zootossina {f}  :: zootoxin
zootrofico {adj}  :: zootrophic
zootropio {m}  :: zoetrope
zootropo {m}  :: alternative form of zootropio
zopolo {m} [nautical]  :: A type of dugout canoe typical of the Gulf of Trieste
zoppaggine {f}  :: lameness
zoppando {v}  :: gerund of zoppare
zoppare {v}  :: synonym of azzopparsi
zoppeggiando {v}  :: gerund of zoppeggiare
zoppeggiare {v}  :: synonym of zoppicare
zoppia {f}  :: lameness (of an animal of person)
zoppicamento {m}  :: limping, limp
zoppicando {v}  :: gerund of zoppicare
zoppicante {adj}  :: (figuratively), shaky, weak
zoppicante {adj}  :: limping
zoppicare {vi}  :: (figuratively), to be weak in some subject
zoppicare {vi}  :: to be lame
zoppicare {vi}  :: to have a limp, to walk with a limp
zoppicatura {f}  :: imperfection, defect
zoppicatura {f}  :: limp (or similar defect of gait)
zoppiconi {adv}  :: limping
zoppina {f}  :: foot-and-mouth disease
zoppina {f}  :: foot rot
zoppo {adj}  :: lame
zoppo {adj} [of furniture]  :: shaky, rickety, unsteady, wobbly
zoppo {m}  :: A lame person; a cripple
zoroastriano {adj}  :: Zoroastrian
zoroastriano {m}  :: Zoroastrian
zoroastrico {adj}  :: Zoroastrian
Zoroastro {prop}  :: Zoroaster
zostera {f}  :: eel grass, sea wrack (of genus Zostera)
zoticaggine {f}  :: boorishness, loutishness
zoticamente {adv}  :: boorishly, loutishly
zoticheria {f}  :: synonym of zotichezza
zotichezza {f}  :: coarseness
zotichezza {f}  :: rudeness, discourtesy
zotico {adj}  :: boorish, loutish
zotico {m}  :: a lout, a boor
zotico {m}  :: a peasant
zoticone {m}  :: lout
zozza {f}  :: Any strong, rough alcoholic drink
zozza {f}  :: rabble
zozzo {adj}  :: alternative form of sozzo
zozzone {m}  :: slob (dirty person)
zuava {n}  :: Only used in the term calzoni alla zuava
zucca {f}  :: (in jest), a person’s head
zucca {f}  :: marrow (the vegetable)
zucca {f}  :: pumpkin
zucca {f}  :: squash (the vegetable)
zuccaia {f}  :: pumpkin bed
zuccaia {f}  :: pumpkin field
zuccaio {m}  :: pumpkin / squash field / patch
zuccaiola {f}  :: synonym of grillotalpa
zuccaro {m}  :: alternative form of zucchero
zuccata {f}  :: butt (with the head)
zuccata {f}  :: candied fruit (used to make cassata (Sicilian cake))
zuccheraggio {m}  :: chaptalization
zuccherando {v}  :: gerund of zuccherare
zuccherare {vt}  :: to sugar, to sweeten
zuccherato {adj}  :: mellifluous
zuccherato {adj}  :: sweet, sweetened
zuccheriera {f}  :: a sugar bowl (domestic)
zuccheriera {f}  :: (on the counter of a bar), the sugar container for customer's use
zuccheriero {adj}  :: sugar (attributive)
zuccherifero {adj}  :: sugar (attributive)
zuccherifero {adj}  :: sugary
zuccherificio {m}  :: a sugar refinery
zuccherino {adj}  :: sugary, over sweet
zuccherino {m}  :: a lump of sugar
zucchero {m}  :: sugar in all its uses
zucchero caramellato {m}  :: caramel
zucchero d'acero {m}  :: maple sugar
zucchero di canna {m}  :: cane sugar
zucchero filato {m}  :: candy floss [British], cotton candy [US]
zucchero granulato {m}  :: granulated sugar
zucchero grezzo {m}  :: brown sugar
zucchero semolato {m}  :: granulated sugar
zuccheroso {adj}  :: (figuratively), flattering in a hypocritical manner
zuccheroso {adj}  :: over sentimental
zuccheroso {adj}  :: sugary, sweet
zucchetta {f}  :: A variety of squash, a cultivar of Cucurbita moschata
zucchetto {m}  :: small skullcap worn by Roman Catholic clergy; calotte
zucchina {f}  :: courgette [British], zucchini [US]
zucchino {m}  :: Variant of zucchina
zuccona {f}  :: blockhead (female)
zuccona {f}  :: flathead (female)
zucconaggine {f}  :: obstinacy, stubbornness, pigheadedness
zucconamento {m}  :: pollarding
zucconamento {m}  :: shearing, shaving
zucconando {v}  :: gerund of zucconare
zucconare {v}  :: To pollard
zucconare {v}  :: To shear, shave
zucconatura {f}  :: zucconamento
zuccone {adj}  :: dim-witted
zuccone {adj}  :: stubborn
zuccone {m}  :: blockhead
zuccone {m}  :: flathead
zuccotto {m}  :: a type of chocolate-flavoured ice-cream dessert
zuffa {f}  :: a brawl
zuffa {f}  :: a short but intense fight
zufolamento {m}  :: whistling
zufolando {v}  :: gerund of zufolare
zufolare {vi}  :: to play the whistle
zufolare {vt}  :: to whistle
zufolatore {adj}  :: whistling
zufolatore {m}  :: whistler
zufolio {m}  :: a whistling; a continuous whistle
zufolo {m}  :: shawm, zufolo
zugo {m}  :: A type of fritter sweetened with honey
zugo {m}  :: fool (foolish person)
Zugo {prop}  :: Zug (town in Switzerland)
zuinglismo {m}  :: alternative form of zwinglismo
zulù {adj}  :: Zulu
zulù {mf}  :: Zulu
zumando {v}  :: gerund of zumare
zumare {v}  :: Variant of zoomare
zummando {v}  :: gerund of zummare
zummare {vi}  :: To zoom (adjust focal length of lens)
zummene {m} [musici]  :: synonym of grancassa
zuppa {f}  :: one of several types of soup
zuppa inglese {f}  :: trifle (the dessert)
zuppando {v}  :: gerund of zuppare
zuppare {v}  :: To dip (e.g. bread into a broth) whilst making soup
zuppata {f}  :: dipping (of something into a liquid)
zuppetta {f}  :: Only used in the term fare zuppetta
zuppiera {f}  :: a soup tureen
zuppo {adj}  :: soaked (with or in)
zurighese {adj}  :: Zurich (attributive)
zurighese {mf}  :: Zuricher
Zurigo {prop}  :: Zürich
zurvanismo {m}  :: alternative form of zervanismo
zuzzerellone {m}  :: alternative form of zuzzurullone
zuzzerullone {m}  :: alternative form of zuzzurullone
zuzzurellone {m}  :: alternative form of zuzzurullone
zuzzurullone {m}  :: one who always behaves like a child; an overgrown schoolboy
zwinglianesimo {m}  :: Zwinglianism
zwingliano {adj}  :: Zwinglian
zwinglismo {m}  :: Zwinglianism
zwinglista {adj}  :: alternative form of zwingliano
zwitterione {m} [chemistry]  :: zwitterion
zwitterionico {adj}  :: zwitterionic