sermo

sermo
sermo, onis, m., word, saying, report.

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  • sermo — sèr·mo s.m. LE discorso: chi fosti che per tante punte | soffi con sangue doloroso sermo? (Dante) {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: av. 1313. ETIMO: dal lat. sĕrmo, v. anche sermone …   Dizionario italiano

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  • Sermo Lupi ad Anglos — The Sermo Lupi ad Anglos ( The Sermon of the Wolf to the English ) is the title given to a homily composed in England between A.D. 1010 1016 by Wulfstan II, Archbishop of York (died 1023), who commonly styled himself Lupus , or wolf after the… …   Wikipedia

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  • sermo cotidianus — kōˌtēdēˈänəs noun Etymology: Medieval Latin, from Latin, everyday speech : Vulgar Latin spoken by the educated class distinguished from sermo plebeius …   Useful english dictionary

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  • sermó — ser|mó Mot Agut Nom masculí …   Diccionari Català-Català

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