celibe

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Compare French célibat, German Zölibat, Latin caelibatus, perfect passive participle of caelibare, from caelebs ‎(unmarried).

Adjective[edit]

celibe m, f ‎(masculine and feminine plural celibi)

  1. single, unmarried
  2. celibate

Noun[edit]

celibe m ‎(plural celibi)

  1. a bachelor

See also[edit]