Origin of aggiornamentoItalian from aggiornare, to bring up to date, modernize from a, to + giorno, day
Origin of aggiornamentoItalian from aggiornare to update a- to ( from Latin ad- ; see ad- . ) giorno day ( from Latin diurnus daily ; see diurnal . )
- A bringing up to date, especially of the Roman Catholic Church by the Second Vatican Council of 1962-65; modernization.
Borrowed from Italian aggiornamento.