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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *carōnia or *carōnea, from Latin carō (flesh, meat). Compare French charogne.

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carogna f (plural carogne)

  1. carrion (dead animal flesh)
  2. (by extension) swine (vile person)

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