palazzo

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noun pa·laz·zo \pə-ˈlät-(ˌ)sō\

Definition of palazzo

plural

palazzi

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  1. :  a large imposing building (as a museum or a place of residence) especially in Italy

Origin and Etymology of palazzo

Italian, from Latin palatium palace


First Known Use: 1657

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