vicentino

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Particularly: “From the Latin Vīcentīnus, by-form of Vīcētīnus?”

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

vicentino m (feminine singular vicentina, masculine plural vicentini, feminine plural vicentine)

  1. Vicentine (of or relating to Vicenza or the Vicentine people)

Noun[edit]

vicentino m (plural vicentini, feminine vicentina)

  1. Vicentine (a native or inhabitant of Vicenza)

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Portuguese[edit]

Adjective[edit]

vicentino m (feminine singular vicentina, masculine plural vicentinos, feminine plural vicentinas, comparable)

  1. Vicentine (of, from or pertaining to Vicenza, Italy)
  2. of, from or pertaining to the city of São Vicente, Brazil
  3. of, from or pertaining to the island of São Vicente, Cape Verde
  4. (theater, poetry) relating to Portuguese poet and playwright Gil Vicente
  5. (Christianity) relating to saint Vincent de Paul
  6. (Christianity) relating to the Monastery of São Vicente de Fora

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Noun[edit]

vicentino m (plural vicentinos, feminine vicentina, feminine plural vicentinas)

  1. Vicentine (person from Vicenza)
  2. a person from São Vicente, Brazil
  3. a person from São Vicente, Cape Verde

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Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

vicentino m (plural vicentinos)

  1. Vicentine
  2. Vincentian