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1. adjective Swiss (related to Switzerland or the Swiss people).

2. masculine noun Swiss (person from Switzerland).

Etymology: From German Schweiz.


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1. masculine noun Dialect.

Etymology: From Latin dialectus.


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1. adjective Italian (related to Italy or the Italian people).

2. masculine noun Italian (person from Italy).

3. masculine noun Italian (language of Italy).

Etymology: From Italla plus derivative suffix .


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1. proper noun Italy.

Etymology: From Italian Italia.


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1. proper noun Arpitania (land of the Alps where Franco-Provençal is spoken).

Etymology: From Aups plus derivative suffix -lã.


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1. proper noun Alps.

Etymology: From Latin Alpes.


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1. masculine noun Provençal (person from Provence, France).

2. masculine noun Provençal (language spoken in Provence, France).

Etymology: From Prwença plus derivative suffix -au.


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1. derivative suffix Added to an adjective, it derives the corresponding noun. This noun is of feminine gender and makes its plural in -tatas. It sometimes adds an intermediate -i- vowel. Example: ouscur (adjective), dark, ouscurità (noun), darkness; aintïu (adjective), antique, aintjutà (noun), antiquity.

Etymology: From Latin -tate.


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1. derivative prefixAdded to a word, it means beneath, of inferior quality or lesser importance. Examples: nòrmal, normal, sounòrmal, mentally handicapped; ridre, to laugh, sourridre, to smile; ggulopat, developed, souggulopat, underdeveloped.

Etymology: From Latin sub.

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1. feminine noun Thirst.

Etymology: From Latin sitis.