rotondo

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From Latin rotundus, probably reformed from the older form ritondo, itself from a Vulgar Latin variant retundus (compare Spanish and Portuguese redondo, Old French reont (modern French rond), Occitan redond, ardon, Catalan rodó, redó, Romanian rotund, rătund).

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rotondo (feminine singular rotonda, masculine plural rotondi, feminine plural rotonde)

  1. round, rounded, rotund
  2. (figuratively, fat) plump, chubby, rotund

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