passero

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From Vulgar Latin *passaru < Latin passer, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *p(e)t-tro- ‎(who flies, bird), from *peth₂- ‎(to fly).

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passero m ‎(plural passeri)

  1. sparrow

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