Brio meaning

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Vigor; vivacity.
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Animation; vivacity; zest.
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(Brio Technology, Palo Alto, CA) A software company founded in 1989 that specialized in enterprise analysis and reporting programs for several platforms. Acquired by Hyperion Solutions Corporation in 2003, Hyperion was acquired by Oracle in 2007, and products were renamed with the Oracle Hyperion brand.
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Origin of brio

  • Italian from Spanish brio or Provençal briu both of Celtic origin gwerə-1 in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Italian brio (“finesse, talent”), from Old Provençal briu (“wild”), from Gaulish brīgos (compare Old Irish bríg (“pith, strength”), Welsh bri (“repute, respect”)).
    From Wiktionary