Old-italian meaning

The Italian language until the middle of the 1500s.
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The continuum of languages derived from Vulgar Latin spoken in the Italian peninsula between circa 960 and the establishment of the Accademia della Crusca in 1582.
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Origin of old-italian

  • Old + Italian, on the pattern of Old English

    From Wiktionary