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From older virtute, from Latin virtūs, virtūtem. This form may reflect some semi-learned influence; cf. the variant vertù.

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virtù f (invariable)

  1. virtue
    • 2004 October 1, “Otto-Code-e-Mezza [Eight-and-a-Half-Tails]”, in Campioni di Kamigawa [Champions of Kamigawa], Wizards of the Coast:
      “La virtù è una luce interiore che può trionfare in qualsiasi anima.”
      “Virtue is an inner light that can prevail in every soul.”
  2. power

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virtù m (plural virtù)

  1. virtue