dirito

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Noun[edit]

dirito (accusative singular diriton, plural diritoj, accusative plural diritojn)

  1. singular past nominal passive participle of diri

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Noun[edit]

dirito m (Latin spelling, Hebrew spelling דיריג׳ו, usually uncountable)

  1. law (body of rules and standards issued by a government)

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Venetian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin dīrectus, probably through a Vulgar Latin *dērēctus. Compare Italian diritto

Adjective[edit]

dirito m (feminine singular dirita, masculine plural diriti, feminine plural dirite)

  1. straight, direct
  2. right

Noun[edit]

dirito m (plural diriti)

  1. right (all senses)