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arcaico m (feminine singular arcaica, masculine plural arcaicos, feminine plural arcaicas)

  1. archaic

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arcaico m ‎(feminine singular arcaica, masculine plural arcaici, feminine plural arcaiche)

  1. archaic

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ἀρχαικός(arkhaikós, old-fashioned), from ἀρχαῖος(arkhaîos, from the beginning, antiquated, ancient, old), from ἀρχή(arkhḗ, beginning, origin), from ἄρχω(árkhō, I am first).

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arcaico m ‎(feminine singular arcaica, masculine plural arcaicos, feminine plural arcaicas, comparable)

  1. archaic (old-fashioned or antiquated)

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arcaico m ‎(feminine singular arcaica, masculine plural arcaicos, feminine plural arcaicas)

  1. archaic

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