camuffare

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

capo +‎ muffare, from Medieval Latin muffula (817, Carolingian), a Germanic borrowing from dialectical Old High German or Frankish *molfell (soft garment made of hide), from *mol (softened, forworn) + *fell (hide, skin), from Proto-Germanic *mildijaz (tender, soft) + *fellą (skin, film, fleece). Compare modern Dutch moffel.

Verb[edit]

camuffare

  1. (transitive) To disguise.
  2. (transitive) To hide.

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References[edit]

  • The student's English dictionary, the pronunciation adapted to the best modern usage by R. Cull (1865)