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ItalianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From a Vulgar Latin derivative of Latin jejūnium, from ieiūnium[1][2]. The initial Latin je- or ie- may have changed to de- over time, leading to di- in Italian. Compare the similar Catalan dejuni. Alternatively digiuno may have been regressively derived from the verb digiunare[3][4], and was independent of this Latin word.

NounEdit

digiuno m (plural digiuni)

  1. fast, fasting

Etymology 2Edit

From digiuno, adapted from the Latin jējūnum, iēiūnum.

NounEdit

digiuno m (plural digiuni)

  1. (anatomy) jejunum
Related termsEdit

Etymology 3Edit

From Vulgar Latin, from Latin jējūnus, from iēiūnus. The Latin derives from Proto-Italic *jagjūnos, itself from Proto-Indo-European *Hyeh₂ǵ-yu-, adjectival form of *Hyeh₂ǵ-ye/o- (to sacrifice).

AdjectiveEdit

digiuno (feminine singular digiuna, masculine plural digiuni, feminine plural digiune) (di)

  1. ignorant (of)

Etymology 4Edit

VerbEdit

digiuno

  1. first-person singular present indicative of digiunare

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