carnaggio

carnaggio
carnaggio /kar'nadʒ:o/ s.m. [dal fr. ant. charnage ], ant.
1. [quantità di carne macellata o di bestie da macello].
2. (estens.) [uccisione di molte persone] ▶◀ [➨ carnaio (1)].

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  • carnaio — /kar najo/ s.m. [lat. carnarium dispensa per la carne ]. 1. [uccisione di molte persone] ▶◀ (ant.) carnaggio, carneficina, ecatombe, eccidio, macello, massacro, strage. 2. (estens.) [grande quantità di gente] ▶◀ calca, ressa. ↓ folla …   Enciclopedia Italiana

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  • carnage — c.1600, from M.Fr. carnage (16c.), from O.It. carnaggio slaughter, murder, from M.L. carnaticum flesh, often meat supplied by tenants in tribute to a feudal lord, from L. carnaticum slaughter of animals, from carnem (nom. caro) flesh, from PIE… …   Etymology dictionary

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