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rapini

rapini

noun ra·pi·ni \ra-ˈpē-nē\

Definition of RAPINI

Variants of RAPINI

ra·pi·ni also rap·pi·ni \ra-ˈpē-nē\

Origin of RAPINI

Italian rapini, plural of rapino, diminutive of rapo turnip, from Latin rapum — more at rape
First Known Use: 1942

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