Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Terrén-o, s. m. dim. Terrén-étto,
1. earth, ground, land, soil. — incolto, untilled ground. — fangoso, muddy land. — lieto, rich land; 2. territory, jurisdiction. E'non è — da porci vigna, he is not a man to be dealt with. — da ferri suoi, a thing fit for one; 3. a groundfloor;4. vestibule, parlour; 5. field of battle.Cedere di —, to give ground, give way, leave the enemy master of the field.
Florio: a worlde of wordes, or most copious, dictionarie in Italian and English
terreno: terrestriall, earthly, made of earth. Also worldly. Also low on the ground. Also that breedeth, liueth or keepeth on land. Also earth, ground, land, soile or mound. Also a field or piece of land.