scuro

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Italian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From oscuro, from Latin obscurus.

Adjective[edit]

scuro (feminine scura, masculine plural scuri, feminine plural scure)

  1. dark, deep, sombre, swarthy
    Antonyms: chiaro, luminoso
  2. (figuratively) dark, sombre, grim, gloomy
    Synonyms: tetro, torvo
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Noun[edit]

scuro m (plural scuri)

  1. dark, darkness, dark colours
    Synonyms: buio, oscurità
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Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from Lombardic skūra (roofing, protection).

Noun[edit]

scuro m (plural scuri)

  1. shutter (protective panels over windows)
    Synonyms: imposta, persiana

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