laido

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French lait, leit (unpleasant, horrible, odious), of Germanic origin, from Low Frankish *laiþ (unpleasant, obstinate, odious) from Proto-Germanic *laiþaz (sorrowful, unpleasant), from Proto-Indo-European *leyt- (unpleasant). Akin to Old High German leid (unpleasant, odious) (German leid (unfortunate), Leid (grief)), Old Norse leiþr (odious), Old English lāþ (unpleasant, odious). More at English loath.

Adjective[edit]

laido m (feminine laida, masculine plural laidi, feminine plural laide)

  1. filthy, foul
  2. obscene

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