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Forms: studi (data provider: donatus-sup), studisi (data provider: donatus-sup)
Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Stúdi-o, s. m. dim. Stúdi-étto, Stúdi-olétto, Stúdi-olíno, Stúdi-ólo, 1study, application of the mind to learn or to do any thing. Lo — delle leggi, the study of the laws;
2. study, application, care, diligence.Con ogni mio — mi sforzerò di servirvi, I shall take particular care to serve you; 3. a schoo<*> or university; 4. a study, art or science which is studied; 5. study, a room for studying in;6. work that is studied; 7. the cultivation ofplants; 8. partiality, affection, desire; 9. fruit or result of study; 10. study, any painting or model taken from nature and designed as a preparation for a greater work. A —, on purpose. A bello —, on purpose, wilfully.
Florio: a worlde of wordes, or most copious, dictionarie in Italian and English
studio: an earnest bending of the minde to a thing, affection to doe good or euill, study, endeuour, diligence, industry, laborious desire, mentall exercise.