schiamazzo

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See also: schiamazzò

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the verb schiamazzare. Alternatively, possibly corresponds to Latin exclāmatiō[1] (whence also the borrowing esclamazione, from the accusative form), with the verb derived from the noun instead. Compare also Old French esclamasse.

Noun[edit]

schiamazzo m (plural schiamazzi)

  1. noise, clamour, din, disturbance; cackle, chatter (of animals)

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Verb[edit]

schiamazzo

  1. first-person singular present of schiamazzare

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