Help with Translation of Out of Date Words

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Help with Translation of Out of Date Words

Postby aristides » 21 Mar 2007, 15:58

Can anyone translate the following words. I cannot find them in current dictionaries. They may be old, uncommon or seldom used. Thanks so much for your help. You guys are great.

fautrice
blasonatura
chirugo
dotalizio
ramo
alzarono

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Re: Help with Translation of Out of Date Words

Postby liviomoreno » 21 Mar 2007, 17:01

fautrice = supporter, promoter (this the feminine for fautore)
blasonatura = this is not an existing Italian word, however it seems derived from blasone=coat of arms
chirugo = could be a misspell for chirurgo=surgeon
dotalizio ????? (could you provide the entire sentence?)
ramo = branch
alzarono = They rose (past tense of the verb alzare=to raise)

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Re: Help with Translation of Out of Date Words

Postby suanj » 21 Mar 2007, 20:56

dotalizio= in "dote"
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