sciocco

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See also: scioccò

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perhaps from Latin exsuccus, from ex- + succus (juice, moisture) (compare exsūcō).

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Adjective[edit]

sciocco (feminine singular sciocca, masculine plural sciocchi, feminine plural sciocche)

  1. silly, foolish, stupid, daft
    Synonyms: cretino, imbecille, scemo, stupido
    Antonyms: furbo, saggio
  2. tasteless, insipid, saltless, unsalted
    Synonyms: senza, sale, insipido
    Antonyms: salato, saporito

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Noun[edit]

sciocco m (plural sciocchi, feminine sciocca)

  1. fool, simpleton, nitwit, noodle
    Synonyms: cretino, imbecille, scemo, sempliciotto, stupido, coglione (vulgar)

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