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Forms: pace (data provider: donatus-sup), paci (data provider: donatus-sup)
Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Pác-e, s. f. dim. Pác-iózza,
1. peace; 2. tranquillity of soul; 3. silence, distance from tumult or noise; 4. cessation of motion; 5. patience, long-suffering. Con vostra buona —,by your leave. Darsi —, to quiet one's self. Dar —, to quiet, give ease or rest. Dar la —,to kiss. Dar la — al nemico, to make peace with the enemy. Porre in —, to pacify, reconcile. Dar la — vinta, to give up the game; 6. a drawn game. Aver la — di casa, to enjoy domestic quiet. Portare in —, to bear patiently. Va in —! God speed you! Rimani in —,good bye. Esser —, to be even, quits. Siamo —, we are quits.
Florio: a worlde of wordes, or most copious, dictionarie in Italian and English
pace: peace, concord, quietnesse, at onement, agreement, rest. Also a word commanding silence and quietnesse. Also leaue and permission, as Con páce vóstra, with your leaue, &c. Also a Pax.