libeccio

noun
li·bec·cio | \li-ˈbe-chē-ˌō, -ˈbe-chō\
variants: or libecchio \li-ˈbe-kē-ˌō \

Definition of libeccio 

: a southwest wind in Italy

First Known Use of libeccio

1667, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for libeccio

Italian libeccio

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