bragozzo

noun bra·goz·zo \brəˈgȯt(ˌ)sō\

Definition of bragozzo

plural

bragozzi

\-t(ˌ)sē\
  1. :  a 2-masted trawler common near Venice

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Origin and Etymology of bragozzo

Italian, from Italian dialect (Venice) bragozo, bargozo, from braga trousers, from Latin braca; from the trouserlike appearance of the nets carried by these boats — more at braccae


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