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Italian

Etymology

Sordo comes from the Latin surdus, ("silent").

Adjective

sordo m (f sorda, m plural sordi, f plural sorde)

  1. deaf
  2. muffled (sound)
  3. dull (pain)
  4. veiled (threat etc)
  5. silent, hidden
  6. voiceless (phonetics)

Derived terms

Noun

sordo m. (plural sordi) (feminine: sorda)

  1. A deaf person

References

  • (music) Sordo. in Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation... by Louis Charles Elson. 1905. p. 244.[1]

Neapolitan

Noun

sòrdo m

  1. A coin;
  2. money

Spanish

Adjective

sordo m. (feminine sorda, masculine plural sordos, feminine plural sordas)

  1. deaf

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