caviglia

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old Occitan cavilla (compare modern cavilha), from Vulgar Latin *cāvic(u)la, from Classical Latin clāvicula, diminutive of clāvis (key). Compare the doublets cavicchia (inherited from Latin), clavicola (borrowed from Latin).

Noun[edit]

caviglia f (plural caviglie)

  1. ankle
  2. pin, peg

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