schiamazzare

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From Latin exclamāre, present active infinitive of exclamō, possibly through a Vulgar Latin root *ex-clamitiāre. Compare esclamare, which was borrowed.

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schiamazzare (intransitive)

  1. (of people) to make noise, clamour, din
  2. (of animals) to cackle, chatter, squawk, squall
  3. (literary, figuratively, by extension, rare) (of feelings, desires, etc.) to rage into an internal conflict

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