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cicerone

cicerone

noun ci·ce·ro·ne \ˌsi-sə-ˈrō-nē, ˌchē-chə-\
plural ci·ce·ro·ni \-(ˌ)nē\

Definition of CICERONE

1
:  a guide who conducts sightseers
2
:  mentor, tutor

Origin of CICERONE

Italian, from Cicerone Cicero
First Known Use: 1726

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