See also: Sessa and -sessa

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EtymologyEdit

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InterjectionEdit

sessa

  1. (obsolete) The meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include:
    1. hurry; run

Usage notesEdit

Only used in the works of William Shakespeare, where it occurs in various spellings that may not all in fact represent the same word.

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NounEdit

sessa f (genitive singular sessu, nominative plural sessur)

  1. thin cushion

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ItalianEdit

NounEdit

 
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sessa f (plural sesse)

  1. seiche

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VerbEdit

sessa (present tense sessar, past tense sessa, past participle sessa, passive infinitive sessast, present participle sessande, imperative sess)

  1. Alternative form of sesse