scalzo

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See also: Scalzo and scalzò

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived regressively from the verb scalzare, or possibly from a Vulgar Latin root *excalceus, itself either from a shortening of Latin excalceatus, or from ex- + calceus. Compare Neapolitan scauzo, Sicilian scàusu, Corsican scalzu; cf. also Spanish descalzo, Portuguese descalço, Catalan descalç, French déchaux, Friulian discolç, Romanian desculț, from a related Vulgar Latin root.

Adjective[edit]

scalzo (feminine singular scalza, masculine plural scalzi, feminine plural scalze)

  1. barefoot

Verb[edit]

scalzo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of scalzare