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poco

adverb po·co \ˈpō-(ˌ)kō, ˈp-\

Definition of POCO

:  to a slight degree :  somewhat —used to qualify a direction in music <poco allegro>

Origin of POCO

Italian, little, from Latin paucus — more at few
First Known Use: 1724

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