buio

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *burius (“red; dark”), from Latin furvus, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰus-on, same source as Old English dosen (dark brown).

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buio m (feminine buia, masculine plural bui, feminine plural buie)

  1. dark (contrary of luminous)

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buio m (plural bui)

  1. darkness, dark
    E nel buio sognavo la tua mano leggera.
    And in the darkness I dreamed of your gentle touch.

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