See also: diúrno

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Latin diurnus, whence also Italian giorno (an inherited doublet).

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AdjectiveEdit

diurno m ‎(feminine singular diurna, masculine plural diurni, feminine plural diurne)

  1. diurnal
    animale diurno - diurnal animal

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NounEdit

diurno m ‎(plural diurni)

  1. diurnal (canonical book)
  2. public baths and conveniences

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Latin diurnus.

AdjectiveEdit

diurno m ‎(feminine singular diurna, masculine plural diurnos, feminine plural diurnas, comparable)

  1. diurnal (happening during daylight; primarily active during the day)

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Latin diurnus.

AdjectiveEdit

diurno m ‎(feminine singular diurna, masculine plural diurnos, feminine plural diurnas)

  1. diurnal

NounEdit

diurno m ‎(plural diurnos)

  1. diurnal (canonical book)