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Torso of Apollo.

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From Italian torso, from Latin thyrsus, from Ancient Greek θύρσος (thúrsos, Bacchic staff). Doublet of thyrsus.

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torso (plural torsos or torsi)

  1. The main part of the (human) body that extends from the neck to the groin, excluding the head and limbs.

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torso c (singular definite torsoen, plural indefinite torsoer)

  1. torso, upper body

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torso

  1. torso
  2. (colloquial) loser

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Inflection of torso (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
nominative torso torsot
genitive torson torsojen
partitive torsoa torsoja
illative torsoon torsoihin
singular plural
nominative torso torsot
accusative nom. torso torsot
gen. torson
genitive torson torsojen
partitive torsoa torsoja
inessive torsossa torsoissa
elative torsosta torsoista
illative torsoon torsoihin
adessive torsolla torsoilla
ablative torsolta torsoilta
allative torsolle torsoille
essive torsona torsoina
translative torsoksi torsoiksi
instructive torsoin
abessive torsotta torsoitta
comitative torsoine

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin thyrsus, from Ancient Greek θύρσος (thúrsos, Bacchic staff).

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torso m (plural torsi)

  1. torso

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Spanish Wikipedia has an article on:
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From Italian torso, from Latin thyrsus, from Ancient Greek θύρσος (thúrsos, Bacchic staff).

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torso m (plural torsos)

  1. (anatomy) torso
  2. (art) a sculpture of it
  3. (photography) a picture of a person, excluded legs

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