fellone

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin fellō, fellōnis, from Frankish *felo (wicked person), from Proto-Germanic *fillô, *filjô (flayer, whipper, scoundrel), from Proto-Germanic *faluz (cruel, evil). Compare French félon.

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Noun[edit]

fellone m (plural felloni, feminine fellona)

  1. traitor, felon
  2. scoundrel, villain

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Latin[edit]

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fellōne

  1. ablative singular of fellō