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See also: Tasso, tassò, and tassõ

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tasso (uncountable)

  1. (Louisiana) A cajun-seasoned, cured pork.

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Etymology 1Edit

From tassare.

NounEdit

tasso m (plural tassi)

  1. rate, level, percentage

Etymology 2Edit

From Late Latin taxus, of Germanic origin.

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tasso m (plural tassi)

  1. badger (animal or hair)

Etymology 3Edit

From Latin taxus.

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tasso m (plural tassi)

  1. European yew

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