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marchio m ‎(plural marchi)

  1. brand, trademark, mark, label
  2. branding iron (A piece of metal bent into a distinctive shape, heated and used to brand livestock)

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marchio

  1. first-person singular present indicative of marchiare

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EtymologyEdit

From marcha, marca ‎(boundary-mark) +‎ -iō, from Frankish *marka, from Proto-Germanic *markō ‎(boundary; boundary marker), from Proto-Indo-European *marǵ- ‎(edge, boundary, border).

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marchiō m ‎(genitive marchiōnis); third declension

  1. (Medieval Latin) frontier-guardsman
    • 1202, Innocent III, Venerabilem
      Venerabilem fratrum nostrum Salzburgensem archiepiscopum, et dilectum filium abbatem de Salem et nobilem virum marchionem orientalem quorumdam principum nuntios ad sedem apostolicam destinatos benignae recepimus, et eis benevolam duximus audientiam indulgendam.
    • 1350, Charles IV, Vita Caroli IV Capitulum VIII
      Et sic nobis remansit solus titulus marchio Moravie sine re.

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative marchiō marchiōnēs
genitive marchiōnis marchiōnum
dative marchiōnī marchiōnibus
accusative marchiōnem marchiōnēs
ablative marchiōne marchiōnibus
vocative marchiō marchiōnēs

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