pazzo

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Uncertain. Perhaps a Lombardic or Carolingian era borrowing from Old High German barrezzen (to hate) or maybe from French page ("page", "serving boy"), probably via Neapolitan pazzë (compare French adage être effronté comme un page).

Adjective[edit]

pazzo (feminine singular pazza, masculine plural pazzi, feminine plural pazze)

  1. crazy, insane

Noun[edit]

pazzo m (plural pazzi, feminine pazza)

  1. madman

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