di nuovo

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Italian[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin (from) + novō (new), possibly a restructured inherited form of Classical Latin dēnuō (again, anew), itself a reduced form of a supposed and unattested Old Latin *dē novōd. Related to Medieval Latin dē novō (afresh, as a new thing, out of nowhere). Compare Old Spanish de nuevo.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Adverb[edit]

di nuovo

  1. again, anew
    Synonyms: ancora, un'altra volta, daccapo
    • 1374, Boccaccio, Rime 1.41-42:
      come / si fa qual che di nuovo è discontento

Interjection[edit]

di nuovo

  1. goodbye
    Synonym: arrivederci