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Borrowing from Italian cornetto, a diminutive of corno(horn), from Latin cornū.

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cornetto ‎(plural cornettos or cornetti)

 
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  1. (music) A trumpet-like wind instrument used in European music of the medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.

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From Italian Cornetto, brand of a frozen dessert cone, from cornetto, a diminutive of corno(horn), from Latin cornū.

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cornetto ‎(plural cornettos)

  1. ice cream cone

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corno(horn, from Latin cornū) +‎ -etto(diminutive suffix)

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  • IPA(key): /korˈnet.to/
  • Hyphenation: cor‧nét‧to

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un cornetto portafortuna

cornetto m ‎(plural cornetti)

  1. (folklore) horn-shaped amulet resembling a hot pepper
  2. (anatomy) nasal concha, turbinate
  3. (music) cornett, cornetto
  4. croissant (pastry)
  5. (regional, chiefly northern Italy) string bean

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