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From Medieval Latin tannāre, from Late Latin tannum (oak bark), probably of Celtic origin, from Gaulish *tanno- (oak), from Proto-Celtic *tanno- (green oak).

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  This Italian verb needs to be reviewed and cleaned up.
The definition(s) may be wrong or misleading, and important senses may be missing. The specified auxiliary may also be wrong. The remainder of the conjugation is probably correct for -are verbs but may be wrong in some particulars for -ire verbs (especially the present participle).

tannàre (first-person singular present tànno, first-person singular past historic tannài, past participle tannàto, auxiliary avére)

  1. (transitive) to tan (leather)

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