Virtu Definition

vər-to͝o, vĭr-
noun
A love of, or taste for, objects of artistic value, as curios, antiques, etc.
Webster's New World
Such objects, collectively.
Webster's New World
Objects of art, especially fine antique objets d'art, considered as a group.
American Heritage
The quality of being artistic, beautiful, rare, or otherwise such as to interest a collector of such objects.
Webster's New World
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Origin of Virtu

  • Italian virtù virtue, virtu from Latin virtūs excellence, virtue virtue

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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