mucchio

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin mutulus, syncopated to *mutlus, or from cumulus, transposed to a Vulgar Latin form *muculus > *muclus. Based on the first etymology, mutulus is a doublet, and based on the second, cumulo and cumolo are.

Noun[edit]

mucchio m (plural mucchi)

  1. heap, pile, crop

Derived terms[edit]