The Alternative Italian Dictionary: cicerone

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Entry definition

cicerone etymology From Latin Cicerōnem, form of Cicero, agnomen of Marcus Tullius Cicero), the Roman orator, from cicer, a reference to his warts, from Proto-Indo-European *ḱiker- 〈*ḱiker-〉. Surface analysis cicero + one.
noun: {{it-noun}}
  1. A guide who shows people around tourist sight.
  2. (informal) A know-it-all or smart ass.
anagrams:
  • concerei
  • concerie

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